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No longer relegated to the world of dad fashion or Steve Jobs’ closet, the turtle neck is making a comeback in a big way. From base layers to statement pieces, high necks are back this fall. We’ll show you three ways to wear our favorite mock neck and turtleneck styles.

Statement Pieces
While the higher neck sports its own distinct presence, a patterned mock piece works great as an item around which to build your outfit. The UO Box Fit Stripe Mock Neck does just the trick for this.  It’s tasteful and modern, but colorful enough to inject a hint of saturated contrast. Balance is the word here. We’d wear it with a pair of Rolla’s Young Black Cutoff jeans with a slim tapered leg. The cutoff hem adds a nice edge to the look so things don’t feel too too clean.

Icon Photographer Bill Cunningham Dies at 87

Bill Cunningham, the legendary fashion photographer who shot street-style portraits for the New York Times for nearly 4 decades, died in New York on Saturday, just days after suffering a stroke. He was 87.

Cunningham, whose life and work were featured in the 2010 documentary Bill Cunningham New York, documented fashion on the streets of New York City with his camera, blue jacket, and bicycle.

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His photos became a staple of the Times’ Sunday Styles section and made Cunningham incredibly influential in the world of fashion. He regularly rubbed shoulders with industry giants while remaining modest in his own personal life.

Icon Photographer Bill Cunningham Dies at 87

Cunningham is a fixture on the streets of New York; he’s been capturing great style for years. Yet it turns out that when the camera is flipped, the photos are equally as exciting. From that blue coat he’s been wearing for years to the precise way he’s able to get a shot, watching him can be just as — if not more — fun than watching what’s happening inside the tents.

photography will never be the same.”