Looking through the posts in this site, as well as through many, many books, not to mention photo-sites and stock agency files, it seems to me that the truly versatile snapper is a rare fish indeed. (Okay, a pun, just to encourage you.)
Of all of the few with whose work I am a little familiar, I come to the conclusion that Frank Horvat must be the top dog (fish?) within the limited genre of master of many
types of work.http://www.horvatland.com
His reportage/street work is very good indeed; his fashion work was ahead of the then English wild boys and he has even mastered the present world of digital manipulation (not a departure that thrills me, but that's his business).
Probably the only other guy whose street and fashion were equally brilliant might be William Klein.
I think it remarkable that one mind can encompass so wide a spectrum of work and vision.