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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?”
N.Y. Fashion Week trend takeaways: If you liked the '80s, you're probably going to love fall 2018

Bold colors, even bolder shoulders and a menagerie of animal prints were among the top trends spotted on the New York Fashion Week runways Feb. 8 to 14, which can only mean one thing — the go-go '80s are back with a vengeance.

At N.Y. Fashion Week, there's no one-size-fits-all approach to exploring the Time's Up, #MeToo era

At the Prabal Gurung and BCBG Max Azria fall/winter 2018 fashion shows in New York, the overarching themes captured — and prominently displayed — the strength of women.

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