When legendary (and deeply private) New York Times street style photographer Bill Cunningham died in 2016, he left behind a photo archive valued at $1M. His family soon discovered he left the world another gift, a photo-filled memoir he penned secretly. It’s titled Fashion Climbing and is due to be published in September.
It’s late October, but you wouldn’t know it from a walk through Central Park. As the Wall Street Journal has extensively reported, the park’s famous fall foliage hasn’t made much of an appearance this year, disappointing Instagrammers, photographers, and leaf enthusiasts around the city. In fact, such was the autumnal discontent that Central Park issuedRead More