COVID-19 is not just a challenge to stop spreading epidemics and not become sick that we all face. It's a challenge to adopt to a new lifestyle and activities schedule for you and your family, and your business quickly. It's a challenge to manage your and your kids' time better, as well as staying motivated, continue with the routine, and not going bananas or becoming depressed. It's about managing fear, controlling anxiety levels, doing the right things and acting "normal" while being limited on many levels. It's about balance seeking and balance finding, it's living in the moment, It's being your best to yourself, family, friends and people around you. It's about values and prioritizing, staying active and using your creativity.
Bill Cunningham is a self-taught photographer, New York Times columnist, writer, milliner, and a fashion historian, as Bill himself liked to describe his work, who conveyed current political and economic events as well as his love of fashion by reflecting of a street style of New York and world wide in his photography. His exquisite taste in fashion, sense of style and personality have made him most important figure among fashion elite and artistic Boheme of New York and Europe during 20th and the beginning of 21st centuries. Bill has also been known for his simple lifestyle and ability to prioritize work first, along with his kind character and generosity.