2013 November 19
Cameron Silver Launches Vintage Capsule Collection With Tommy Hilfiger
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(NEW YORK) Decades founder Cameron Silver has curated a one-of-a-kind vintage collection in partnership with Tommy Hilfiger, his longtime client and friend. The collection will include hand-selected items Silver found at the Manhattan Vintage Fair and will include 32 women's pieces and 27 men's pieces that celebrate iconic American design. Expect to find pieces like bow ties, handbags, blazers, jewelry, tops, pants, dresses, and hats ranging from $200 to $2,500.
Hilfiger is known for having one of the largest personal vintage collections in the country and owns memorabilia such as Elton John's famous Union Jack Star Spangled Banner boots, a Tina Turner stage dress and shoes, and Marilyn Monroe's cowboy boots from the 1961 film The Misfits. "I've always been inspired by vintage," said Hilfiger in a statement. "Vintage was one of the earliest inspirations for my designs and continues to influence my work every season." Hilfiger's stores have carried vintage pieces since 2006. Silver's vintage collection will launch at Tommy Hilfiger's Los Angeles flagship on November 21st. Check out a sampling of what will be on offer in the Gallery.
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