Adam Tschorn is a senior features writer at the Los Angeles Times, where his coverage of popular culture topics including (but not limited to) style and cannabis can be found in the Lifestyle section. He has been writing about clothes since 2004 and wearing them much, much longer than that. He holds a B.A. in philosophy and an M.A. in journalism, which has prepared him perfectly for looking at things and asking: “Why?”
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