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Adam Tschorn

Adam Tschorn is the deputy fashion editor at the Los Angeles Times, where his fashion and popular culture coverage focusing on style can be found online daily and in the Image section. He has been covering menswear since 2004 and wearing it much, much longer than that. He also writes about designers and women’s fashion trends. He holds a BA in philosophy and an MA in journalism, which has prepared him perfectly for watching fashion shows and asking: “Why?”
A post-Coachella Beyoncé pop-in helps highlight the Dundas label's Melrose Avenue pop-up shop

Peter Dundas, who famously designed Beyoncé's 2017 Grammy gowns, gets an assist from the singer — and fellow Destiny's Child members Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland — as he opens his first traveling flagship store in L.A.'s Beverly Grove neighborhood. The pop-up will be open through May 5.

If you missed Beychella, there's still time to grab some concert-inspired pieces online

Leveraging post-Coachella FOMO, a Beychella online pop-up shop is serving up all kinds of gear inspired by the collegiate, Greek letter-emblazoned pieces Beyoncé wore during her barnburning pair of performances in Indio — but only until May 22 when it's scheduled to pop down.

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