New York was incredibly inspiring in so many ways. Every one seemed so effortlessly chic. Cool without even trying. So many different walks of life, one huge bustling melting pot of awesomeness. You feel empowered to take a fashion risk and to express your individual style. So much so, I dabbled in double (almost triple) […]
I have always been a colour man. The brighter the better. But New York changed my colourful perspective. Sometimes less can be more. I now really appreciate monochrome, the classic combination of white and black. Without a doubt monochrome is a big trend right now. So I whole heartedly embraced the trend whilst in Manhattan.
“We all get dressed for Bill”, says Vogue editor Anna Wintour. Bill Cunningham is a New York Times photographer. For decades, this cultural anthropologist and photographer has been obsessively and inventively chronicling fashion trends and high-society charity soirees for the Times’s Style section in his columns “On the Street” and “Evening Hours”.