Named one of Time magazine’s “25 Most Influential Names and Faces in Fashion,” Cameron Silver founded LA's iconic vintage couture collection “Decades” in 1997, and has worked with everyone from Boucheron to Halston to Samsonite. He has curated exhibitions at MOCA and the MET, authored “Decades: A Century of Fashion,” and starred in Bravo’s “The Dukes of Melrose.”
Since fashion philanthropist Cameron Silver opened the doors of Decades in 1997, the dress code in Los Angeles has irrevocably changed due – in large part – to Silver exhorting his frequently-photographed, trendsetting clientele to “dress up!” He is widely recognized for his impact on runway trends from fashion’s new generation of designers in New York and Paris to the way a constellation of Hollywood’s brightest appear on the red carpet. “I think of fashion, of dressing, as art. I’m not about disposable shopping. Even my day wear is glamor,” stated Silver.