This is kind of amazing. Legendary street fashion photographer Bill Cunningham died two years ago, leaving behind a massive body
This is kind of amazing. Legendary street fashion photographer Bill Cunningham died two years ago, leaving behind a massive body of work documenting the last 40 years of the fashion world. Somewhat surprisingly, he also wrote a memoir that seemingly no one knew about. He called it Fashion Climbing (pre-order on Amazon).
Fortunately, this long, drawn-out, complicated legal battle seems to finally be coming to a close. The Chicago Tribune is reporting that the warring parties have reached a “tentative settlement” that will be presented to a judge for approval on May 10th.
Jet Lag, deals with the ultimate in disconnection—from spouse, family, nation, time, and earth itself. In these succinct black-and-white images of globalized disconnect, reality is less touchstone than distraction: The important space is “between.” Planes and hotel beds and flickering screens provide the only continuity; jet lag is a way of life. Since the birth of a daughter and a son, Chang has traveled less frequently, but his phone is still too often on airplane mode.