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Cameron Silver Walks Us Through His Rare Menswear Donations to LACMA

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Although LA is filled with vintage-savvy superwomen like Shareen Mitchell and Doris Raymond, Cameron Silver—like James Goldstein—is one of the few holding it down for the men. The Decades founder, H by Halston fashion director, and fashion week regular is known for his glorious designer outfits and gregarious personality, both of which scored him a fan blog and Bravo TV series in the past.

Given that his closet is the stuff eccentric high-fashion dreams are made of, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's (LACMA) recently tapped Silver to become the subject of one of its latest exhibits, Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715-2015. From pre-Kimye Balmain to Jean Paul Gaultier, the boutique owner and vintage collector donated an impressive range of rare pieces from his personal collection.

Here, Silver shares exclusive trivia on his favorite LACMA pieces.