Booth Moore Joins The Hollywood Reporter

by Eddie Roche
Booth Moore

Booth Moore

Booth Moore is joining The Hollywood Reporter and THR’s digital style vertical as fashion senior editor. Moore’s last role was at the LA Times where she served as fashion critic from 2004 to 2015. Prior, Moore was an editor at the LA Times, where she co-created Image, a luxury-focused weekly newspaper section and corresponding seasonal magazine covering style in Los Angeles and beyond. She also served as a reporter covering fashion weeks and as a columnist penning the “SoCal Confidential.”

She’ll be reporting to Jeanie Pyun, deputy editor, and Tom Seeley, senior vice president, digital media, and will work alongside style editor Carol McColgin. “Booth brings an incredible breadth of experience and industry-insider perspective,” Seeley said. “Her expertise is essential to amplifying our groundbreaking style coverage in print and across our digital verticals as we deliver entertainment’s smartest and most comprehensive coverage.” Added Pyun: “Booth’s well-respected and long-cultivated expertise on fashion and beyond in Los Angeles is unparalleled—we’re truly excited to welcome her to the Style team.”

Recently THR and Billboard were ranked No. 3 among the country’s most high-trafficked entertainment properties, with 27.6 million uniques in April.

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