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    FRIDAY HIGH DAY IS EVERY DAY WITH WINKY&DUTCH

    FRIDAY HIGH DAY IS EVERY DAY WITH WINKY&DUTCH

    JEWELRY AND ACCESSORIES WITH THE POWER TO 
    MAKE EVERY DAY, YOUR OWN, FRIDAY HIGH DAY
    A PRANKSTER MADE A CHANGE TO THE NOTORIOUS SIGN circa 1976

     

    Jewelry & Accessories suitable for any occasion. Subtle or bold, how you express yourself, is entirely up to you.

    On Friday High Day or perhaps Throwback Thursday, or Menswear Monday, even on Hump Day, You can have your own personal Friday High Day!

    Shop the Cannabis Collection now thru Thursday June 14, 2016
    and spend $25 or more and receive 30% off by entering coupon code:HIGHFRI30 at checkout. Available only at shopwinky.com

    LOVE,
         Winky
           xoxoxox

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    REMEMBERING BILL CUNNINGHAM

    REMEMBERING BILL CUNNINGHAM

    "It’s not work, it’s pleasure. That’s why I feel so guilty. Everybody else does work — I have too much fun."


    "The wider world perceives fashion as frivolity that should be done away with. The point is that fashion is the armour to survive the reality of everyday life. I don’t think you can do away with it. It would be like doing away with civilization."

    “Do you think I know what I’m doing out there? Of course I don’t. I let the street talk to me. If you’re not on the street, you don’t know anything.”

    William John Cunningham Jr. was born on March 13, 1929, in Boston, the second of four children in an Irish Catholic family. Mr. Cunningham went on to be a legendary photographer for the New York Times, a sort of cultural anthropologist photographer for the history of runway & street fashion as well as the chronicler of the fashions of the after 5  on the town set, specific to New York City for the past 40 years. Suffering from aa stroke earlier this week he died on Saturday in Manhattan. He was 87.

    We will miss his contributions greatly.