Bill Cunningham’s Trademark Bicycle and Jacket Join the New-York Historical Society

Publisher: 
New York Times
Date: 
February 17, 2017
Bill Cunningham, the beloved chronicler of street fashion and a longtime photographer for The New York Times who died last year at 87, was known for circulating the city with his Biria bicycle and Nikon camera, often while wearing a blue French worker’s jacket. Those personal possessions, along with Mr. Cunningham’s library and ephemera, are now part of the permanent collection at the New-York Historical Society and will be displayed there this spring. Read more…
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