L.A.’s own Decades to debut reality show on Bravo


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Vintage retailers are apparently so hot right now. First, Shareen Mitchell, owner of Shareen Vintage in downtown L.A, got a reality show called “Dresscue Me,” in which the former actress and Vogue editor styles women in vintage finds and gets them ready for a variety of occasions. Mitchell’s show premieres April 19 on Planet Green. And now Decades and Decadestwo.1 owners Cameron Silver and Christos Garkinos are set to star in their own show about their quest for couture in the closets of some of the wealthiest and well-dressed women L.A. has to offer.

The show has yet to have a title or a release date, but will appear on Bravo.

The network really seems to be rounding out its fashion lineup, also adding “It’s a Brad Brad World,” starring former Rachel Zoe assistant Brad Goreski and a show about celebrity stylist Annabel Tollman’s adventures in dressing the rich and famous. Goreski’s show plus all the other fashion-heavy hits raises the question: Where’s Rachel Zoe in all of this? With her new baby, the plot lines and drama at camp Zoe might be more about changing diapers than dressing Demi Moore.


-- Melissa Magsaysay