I like that Bill Cunningham documentary because it mystifies him as much as it humanizes him. And so this photo is a lot like the movie: his face in this photo (shot at Suzanne Geiss Gallery) is shrouded by leaves/lenses, but his expression is so discernible, so candid.
Sophie Theallet is a super feminine and feisty French woman who designs for famous people like Michelle Obama; I like this photo because it exudes both femininity (the ethereal flowiness of the fabric) and strength (the jutted leg, like an exclamation point!).
This was at the epic Opening Ceremony 10 year anniversary. Unfortunately, I had to shoot it instead of partake in the festivities. This man was so funny-looking and fun-loving, I like this heavenly halo behind his diminutive figure.
This was a magical, humanizing moment during my fashion week where the same cabbie picked me up two consecutive times in a row (on two different days/locations/times). We were both touched by the coincidence, but he still made me pay for my cab ride. Hey, #Yolo