Miss Marisa’s Films to come: “Bill Cunningham New York” 
Hi again this is Miss Marisa from Rome almost rainy today even if you can feel spring coming!! I’ve been visiting tha amelia Ursache site –– and her new collection is amazing, I love the Key dress!!
Street style in pictures one of my favorite genders; there is a Documentary about Bill Cunningham, master and commander about the subject, photographer that works in New York.
I would not lose this film for nothing. A photographer that loves clothes like us,’ fashion to survive reality’ on his words.
Cunningham worked in New York  writing for the Chicago Tribune. During his years as a writer, he contributed significantly to fashion journalism, introducing American audiences to Azzedine Alaia and Jean-Paul Gaultier.  While working at the Tribune and at Women’s Wear Daily, he began taking photographs of fashion on the streets of New York. As the result of a chance photograph of Greta Garbo, he published a group of his impromptu pictures in the Times in December 1978, which soon became a regular serie.  His editor, Arthur Gelb, has called these photographs “a turning point for the Times, because it was the first time the paper had run pictures of well-known people without getting their permission
Cunningham photographs people and the passing scene in the streets of Manhattan every day. Most of his pictures, he has said, are never published. Designer Oscar de la Renta has said, “More than anyone else in the city, he has the whole visual history of the last 40 or 50 years of New York. It’s the total scope of fashion in the life of New York.”. Though he has made a career out of unexpected photographs of celebrities, socialites, and fashion personalities, many in those categories value his company. According to David Rockefeller, Brooke Astor asked he be invited to her 100th birthday party, the only member of the media so honored.
In 2008 he was awarded the title chevalier de l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture.
Bill Cunningham New York is Richard Press’ feature film debut, the film opens on march 16 at New york, and at the Nuart in Los Angeles on march 25.
Have a good vision and Feelgood Womanhood!!