Bill Cunningham's amusing commentary on the falling of waistlines, literally:
Some of my favorite quotes:
"This started in the prisons, when they took their belts away... it became a style. You never know where style's coming from."
"... And, the skull. The skull is absolutely between goth and street but without the bones."
"It's just terrible. I've waited and waited." (this quote kinda makes it sound like it would be a treat for Cunningham if it happened... even in context! hahaha)
"But it's the trousers that seem to be reflecting the ups and downs of the stock market!" (after he's been talking about glitter belts for ages)
"The streets are speaking to us. This is a small group. They're mainly Hispanic and Black men. And there are white kids. I tell you! They're coming in from the suburbs and the pants are fallign down! But they've added this year the glitzy belt. That's the key."