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What is Jerome Dahan's Net Worth?

Jerome Dahan is a French designer and entrepreneur who has a net worth of $300 million. Jerome Dahan was born in Paris, France, and moved to Montreal, Quebec, Canada when he was fifteen. He became interested in the fashion industry when he was in college. He designed an embroidered back pocket for his friend who worked at Love Jeans. The style became a hit, and he went on to design more for the brand. After working at various jobs, including designing women's shirts and working as a hairdresser, he launched Oxygen Jeans with his father. The company was the first to make acid wash jeans, and they became hugely popular.

From there he went on to found Circa Denim and A Gold E, before joining Lucky Jeans. After nine years at Lucky, he launched a new denim line called 7 For All Mankind. He then branched out into a solo venture called Citizens of Humanity. The jeans line has become massively popular, especially in Europe.

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Real Estate

In November 2020 Jerome Dahan listed two homes in Santa Monica for sale as a package deal for $18.195 million. One home is a large, 7,000 square foot mansion on a double-lot, the other is a much smaller 2,500 square foot bungalow. He purchased the larger home in 2006 from Gwyneth Paltrow's parents Bruce Paltrow and Blythe Danner. The homes were ultimately purchased separately, with the larger mansion selling for $11.85 million in May 2021 and the smaller home selling for $4 million in March 2021. Here is a video tour of the larger home:

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