Sunday, November 6, 2011

I am not into fashion, but I have always enjoyed Bill Cunningham's On the Street montages in the Sunday NY Times. If you haven't seen them, here's one, and here's another. Today I watched the recent full-length documentary about him (see a snippet in the trailer above), and he is so inspiring--his creativity and energy and the way he lives his life--such a sweet and interesting man. I highly recommend that you see it if you get the opportunity.


  1. Hello Jen:
    What a most interesting and clearly very talented person with a genuine interest in clothes which, of course, he appears to have a passion to document.

  2. Hi, Jen.
    Thank you for sharing this amazing video about the talented person whom I did not know.
    His interest seems to never get tired.

  3. what a lovely man! he is a genious! this little video changed the way i look into fashion ( because i am also not interested in celebrities with free expencive clothes and designers who design for sceletons...)
    thanks Jen!

  4. Hi Jen! You have been nominated for the Liebster award. Go to my blog to see the details. Hope you have a wonderful week!

  5. Hello my liebster friend.

    I too love the Bill Cunningham and the fact that he was archiving all this fashion long before the Satoralist or anyone of this ilk came along.

    He's authentic:)

    xo Jane

  6. Jen... Thanks for sharing. I love "people watching" and fashion is a great part of that passtime! It is so interesting to see the urban vs the rural that I encounter each day! South Georgia fashion can't touch the big city!

  7. looks interesting actually

    - KAT -

  8. How fun! are you sure you aren't just a little bit into fashion? I don't follow it like a hollywood star does, but its fun to look at and every once in a while there's something that a normal human could wear...