The Secret to
with Cameron Silver
What is “sustainable fashion?” Robin sits down with the "King of Vintage" himself, Cameron Silver, to discuss! Cameron and Robin talk all things vintage, consignment, and thrifting… and what the heck the difference is among the three! Learn how to get the most bang for your buck out of your wardrobe, while sparing the environment along the way. Learn the best secrets on how to repeat your favorite wardrobe staples, how to find total gems while second-hand shopping, and how to transform your favorite clothing through tailoring! You don’t need a new outfit every time you get dressed; it’s CHIC to REPEAT! Stay until the end to play a fun get-to-know-you game with Robin and Cameron (which article of clothing do they BOTH agree they wouldn’t be caught DEAD wearing?!). You’ll look at vintage TOTALLY differently after listening to this episode!
CAMERON SILVER, fashion philanthropist
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 glamour,” stated Silver.
Named one of Time magazine’s “25 Most Influential Names and Faces in Fashion” in 2002, Silver is a favorite pundit on E! Entertainment, the Style Network and “Fashion File.” Pulling looks from Decades’ deep closets, he styles celebrities for major red carpet awards appearances like the Golden Globes, Independent Spirit Awards and the Academy Awards. He has also written about luxury, from shopping to travel to his front row perch at the haute couture presentations, for Harpers Bazaar, C Magazine, Departures, vogue.com, and others leading fashion media outlets. Silver recently narrated the Versailles 1973 documentary about the restoration event at the famed French palace that became the fashion showdown that firmly established American sportswear.
As one of the foremost vintage experts in the country and with more than a decade of Decades under his alligator belt, Silver released a coffee table book for Bloomsbury Press showcasing an unexpected compilation of the most significant 20th century fashions, as well as many of the celebrities he collaborated with over the years. The book, released in 2012, sold out within 48 hours of release and an unprecedented third edition shipped in May of 2018
Silver starred in the Bravo reality show “The Dukes of Melrose” which premiered in March of 2013. Since September 2015, he has served as Fashion Director for H by Halston (where he appears on QVC several times per week) and H Halston, available at Lord & Taylor, Dillard’s, and Hudson’s Bay.
More information at www.cameronsilver.com
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