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Ambre Dahan
Born and raised in Paris, France, Ambre Dahan is the principal co-founder, CEO and creative director of Walk In My Closet, heading all areas of design, production, branding, operations and marketing for the site.

Ambre’s fashion expertise derives from nearly a decade at Joe’s Jeans working as a designer and Design Director across all areas of the collection. Upon launching the wildly successful Joe’s Kids division, she began overseeing Tees and Shirts before taking over as Design Director for the entire brand in 2010. Along the way, she also launched her own women’s ready-to-wear line as a side-project.

Ambre lives near the beach in Los Angeles with her two young daughters and husband Joe Dahan, the founder of Joe’s Jeans.

Entries by Ambre Dahan

The Perfect Wardrobe Bucket List: Part I

(0) Comments | Posted January 17, 2014 | 9:58 AM

Each season, I feel a bit closer to checking off all the items on my fashion bucket list.

But will I ever really get there? Dream on -- it would take a lifetime, probably longer! That's why fashion is so fun... and so frustrating. You always want more --...

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Obsessed With My Vans

(0) Comments | Posted November 16, 2013 | 12:11 PM


I bought my Céline leopard print Vans a few months ago, completely unaware that they would become a fixture in my wardrobe. Identical to Vans but elevated with luxury finishes, this new incarnation comes in an array of exotic skins and colors, including...

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Time to Pack

(0) Comments | Posted August 8, 2013 | 5:01 PM

It's no coincidence that you will often hear people lamenting, "Ugghhh, I have to pack tonight." Taking the time to plan and strategize your looks prior to departure can be both bothersome and a challenge, but at the end of the day, it's an absolute necessity.

A carry-on would certainly...

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Practical Editor or Emotional Hoarder - What Is Your Closet Philosophy?

(0) Comments | Posted May 14, 2013 | 6:29 PM

Changes in season are beautiful markers of time and, perhaps even more beautiful, opportunities to take stock and evaluate. And while this can certainly be applied to the "big picture" life stuff, it can also apply to the more practical. As days become longer and temperatures warmer, just as with...

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