Cameron Silver, owner of Decades and co-owner of Decades Two.1 in Los Angeles has had one hell of a profound impact on the LA fashion scene. So much so, that it can be defined by two words: dress up! Silver, a Los Angeles born and Beverly Hills-raised entrepreneur began his career in the arts - performing Weimar cabaret songs by Kurt Weill and Friedrich Hollaender around the United States upon graduating college. While doing so, he began his hunt for men's vintage clothing...which subsequently ended up changing his career trajectory. And thank god it did. While digging and hunting for the ultimate in men's treasures throughout history, he found too many women's garments that he had to get his hands on. He ended up scooping them up, and in 1997, he opened Decades, his Melrose Avenue vintage salon. (Side Note: If you haven’t been….run….don’t walk…and get there as fast as you can. It’s absolutely mind blowing). He's been responsible for bringing the world of vintage clothing to the forefront of the style choices of Hollywood's modern starlets, and in doing so, was named one of Time Magazine's '25 Most Influential Names and Faces in Fashion'. And as everyone has taken notice of Silver's natural knack for all things glamour, he's been tapped to consult on re-imagining a brand's identity to navigating its global launch, as evident in his work with Pringle, Boucheron, and Costume National. And now, with under a decade of Decades under his belt, his influence on historical glamour is widespread, and even the house of Hermès has taken notice - creating the decadent 'Cameron' bag in his honor. Not bad for someone who started off belting out show tunes.