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Aaron Kirman, LA’s top Real Estate Agent, on His Personal Style

Aaron Kirman LA real estate agent
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Aaron Kirman, President of Aaroe Estates at John Aaroe Group, is one of the leading real estate agents in the USA and has repeatedly been named Top Agent in Los Angeles and been named #10 in the country by the Wall Street Journal (woot!).

As a prominent figure in the luxury real estate market, Aaron has received international acclaim from the architectural and estate communities and represents some of the most exclusive residences across the globe including: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House, Richard Neutras Kaufmann Residence, Frank Gehry’s Schnabel House, Lions Gate by Paul Williams and the only Oscar Niemeyer in North America. Aaron attributes his success to his vast marketing and advertising strategies, partners, market knowledge, exclusive contact base and true love of luxury sales.

Aaron Kirman LA real estate agent
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As for his personal style:

Jeans: Rag & Bone, All Saints

Shirts: Vince, Stmpd , Theory, and James Perse  fit very well and they do work shirts, as well as great short-sleeve shirts

Pants: Paige, AG

Suits: I rarely wear suits, but when I do I wear Hugo Boss  and Tom Ford 

Shoes: Cole Haan  These are super versatile and have classic style and are really comfortable for my busy life.

Accessories: Always wear my Rolex Watch, part of the LA realtor uniform

Favorite cologne: Le Musc & La Peau

Favorite app: Social Media Apps (Facebook, Instagram) Best way to stay in touch with my friends and clients

Favorite piece of technology: iPhone & Apple TV

 Next style/gear purchase: An Audemars Piguet watch

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