If you’ve been craving a long walk down NYC’s streets, Watching New York (Instagram or Twitter) is a close second to going outside for actual said stroll. Aside from the beautiful candids, we are so delighted that all uploaded photos are uploaded with permission! From Vogue:
What made you want to start Watching New York?
I was and remain a long time fan of the late, great Bill Cunningham. I was often at my wife’s office on 55th and 5th, crossing my fingers that I would see him in action. Sadly, I never did. On the day he passed [in 2016], I thought shooting street fashion as he had done for all those years would be my way of honoring him. That was the first day I shot street [style] and I never stopped.
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