Booth Moore

Columnist

As Los Angeles Times fashion critic from 2004-15, Booth Moore logged tens of thousands of miles covering the runways from L.A. to Paris and interviewing style leaders such as Karl Lagerfeld, Tom Ford and Donatella Versace. The world has been her runway since she was a little girl in New York City — she was the one soaking in the street fashion, accessorizing her school uniform within an inch of expulsion and flaunting trademark pieces like red patent-leather Mary Janes. She left The Times in 2015. 

Recent Articles

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    They have dressed Lindsay and Nicole, Gwen Stefani and the Olsen twins. And now they want to dress you, too. Celebrity stylists, once relegated to entourage status, are stepping out from the shadows of their famous clients with licensing deals, clothing and jewelry lines. They're consulting for...

  • Fashion's high road welcomes low trend

    Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive, renowned for its luxury shops, is ushering in a contingent of ordinary stores

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