Bill Cunningham New York
A Portrait of the Beloved Fashion Photographer

Bill Cunningham New York - A Portrait of the Beloved Fashion Photographer
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Albino

I have learned a lot. Thanks Bill.

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fried

Wonderful portrait of a beautiful soul.

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Betty

what a fascinating uniquely impassioned man & life. will def read the bk next

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Mary

Seeing the man who wrote his posthumously published memoir Fashion Climbing, it strikes me that Bill Cunningham's true love was just in the actual seeing, observing, and taking in of innovative style, with great fitting, interesting clothing and hats made with wonderful fabrics and a touch of ...Read more

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Kia

Loved It!

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Rachel

I just read Bill Cunningham's memoir Fashion Climbing a few weeks ago, and it was lovely to see the same person on the screen as on the page.

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Eve

The decency and kindness of this man is, I think, one of the most important parts of this movie.

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Betty

I just love what Bill Cunningham did, for the city, for fashion, for us! Thank you, Bill.

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