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Cameron Silver is an American fashion guru and historian who has a net worth of $2 million. Cameron Silver was born October 22, 1948. Widely known for founding Decades, a vintage couture boutique in Los Angeles, California, Silver was named one of Time Magazine's 25 Most Influential Names and Faces in Fashion in 2002 and has frequently been showcased on prominent fashion talk shows as well as in national and international magazines. Since Cameron Silver opened the doors of Decades in 1997, the dress code in Los Angeles was forever changed. Cameron styles celebrities for major red-carpet appearances, including the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards. His impact on runway trends is widely recognized and he has acted both as public ambassador for fashion houses and as a secret weapon, consulting on everything from re-imagining a brand's identity to maneuvering global launches. Cameron has also written for publications including Harper's Bazaar, C Magazine and in 2012, he authored his own book called DECADES: A Century of Fashion.

Within 48 hours of release, the book sold out. Today, he is a favorite on E! Entertainment, the Style Network and Fashion File. Silver made headlines in conjunction with the 2012 Met Ball by wearing a costume Nicole Miller suit based on a 1986 Miller print with a vintage Schiaparelli sequined blowfish cane. Cameron Silver currently stars in the Bravo reality show The Dukes of Melrose with long-time business partner Christos Garkinos. The show, which premiered in March of 2013, showcases the merging of their contemporary designer consignment shop with Cameron Silver's legendary Decades.

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