Or they are all just live and dressed the way they likeâ€¦ Cunningham believes in dressing apart from the people he watches like some sort of naturalist watching a selected bird species. I don’t think this is any more or less a mask. Its certainly equally delusional. Being talented and creative doesn’t make you wise.
I had the same reaction to the picture of Bill Cunningham! I stared at it for a while then started to scroll down then went back to it. I finally thought, “no. that can’t be Bill Cunningham.” and then I read what you wrote and cracked up! You knew-
Thanks for posting these. It’s always easy to dress for winter in December when the season is still a novelty, but much harder to in February when you’re eight weeks in, tired of all the color combinations you’ve put together, and there’s six inches of snow on the ground. This provided some much needed style inspiration for how to look cute in inclement weather.
Pics 4 and 5 capture it all. Love the rush out of the elements of #4. It’s also in black and white. Yes! #5 is layered style, which is always an attraction to me, especially since it’s winter. http://mensnatural.co
These people make being in a snowstorm romantic and exciting. It makes me want to join them and enjoy the cold and bluster instead of complaining about it. These photos capture the vitality and warmth of the people beneath the layers!