Fashion Blogger News Round Up: Bill Cunningham Braves Hurricane Sandy For Street Style
By: Chelsea Burcz

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Get your daily dose of what’s going on in fashion news today here in the fashion blogger news round up.

  • Despite Hurricane Sandy, Bill Cunningham was still on the streets with his bike shooting street style snaps. [The Cut]
  • The best (and the worst) of October magazines this year. [The Cut]
  • Twitter wasn’t so happy about Hurricane Sandy-themed flash sales. [Racked]
  • “Gap’s continuing grasping of relevance has led to a pretty interesting group of models for its new holiday campaign, including a whole lotta couples. Michael J. Fox and his wife Tracy Pollan, Rufus Wainwright and his husband Jorn Weisbrodt, and the cast of The New Normal are on the roster.” [Racked]
  • Louis Vuitton plans to bring ‘the art of travel’ to life in a new multi-media campaign slated to break in mid-November, WWD has learned. Featuring model Arizona Muse, the campaign was shot at the Louvre Museum in Paris in September by photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. [WWD]
  • Some things you may not have known about Kate Moss… [R29]
  • Watching your friends on Facebook is making you fatter and in debt, says this study. [Mashable]

[Photo: @pennydelosantos Instagram]

 

Comments

  1. Avatar of boyfromdagbon
    Abdel says:

    Good old bill! still showing us young street style photographers how it’s done!

  2. Avatar of Krista
    Krista says:

    Love Bill Cunningham! Watched a documentary on him awhile back ago. It’s on Netflix if anyone is interested.

    http://kristamariaa.blogspot.com/

    Sincerely,

    Krista

  3. Avatar of Kholá
    Kholá says:

    Thanks Krista for the Netflix tip!

    Bill has got to be THE most dedicated street photog ever. Sandy who?

  4. Avatar of Maggie A
    Maggie A says:

    I first heard of Bill when I watched a documentary of him on Netflix. ..Then I wondered where I have been in this world. I just fell in love with him and his work. Such a great man!

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