Daniel Robles manages all aspects of Showroom inventory, including merchandizing, staging, and research. He comes to us with extensive and varied experience handling antique, vintage, and collectible furniture, décor and clothing. Most recently, Daniel worked with 1933 Group, the owners of impeccably stylish bars in Los Angeles (Bigfoot Lodge, Thirsty Crow, Sassafras, and Highland Park Bowl) known for their stunning vintage renovation projects. In 2013, he helped launch Brown Paper LA, a boutique event and catering company, steering them in the appropriate direction for brand development and aesthetic synchronicity. In 2011, he was creative director of his own mobile vintage boutique, selling a curated collection of vintage clothing, mid century art, kitschy décor, and high-end antiques out of a renovated vintage trailer. He designed a vintage reconstruction men’s clothing line for his boutique, taking existing vintage garments and transforming them into contemporary pieces. He is a graduate of the Fashion Design Program at FIDM-Los Angeles.