New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham, Dies at the age of 87
Here is a Link and a story from The New York Times
An Excerpt form the New York Times story, “Bill Cunningham, who turned fashion photography into his own branch of cultural anthropology on the streets of New York, chronicling an era’s ever-changing social scene for The New York Times by training his busily observant lens on what people wore — stylishly, flamboyantly or just plain sensibly — died on Saturday in Manhattan. He was 87.”
New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham suffers stroke
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When the New York Times came out on Sunday with no photographs by Bill Cunningham for the first time in decades, it may have marked the end of an era.
Photographer Bill Cunningham Suffers a Stroke
Here is a Link and a story from PetaPixel
For the first time in decades, The New York Times was published this past Sunday without any photos by renowned fashion photographer Bill Cunningham. The omission in the Sunday Styles section was because the 87-year-old photographer recently suffered a stroke and is currently in the hospital recovering.