Michelle Toh

Hong Kong

Michelle Toh

International News Editor, Reporter and Producer
📍 CNNMoney, Hong Kong


Check It Out: Shop Hers

In today's flurry of online consignment shops, its not always easy to ensure you're getting the best possible quality or price. Enter Shop Hers, a new luxury marketplace that makes selling. Link to Story

The Combat-Chic Army Jackets We're Obsessing Over

From oversized styles to more fitted silhouettes, the utility jacket is our new favorite piece of outerwear for spring. Link to Story

What Was She Wearing: Laura Whitmore

Laura Whitmore arriving at the London Sketch Club. Link to Story

Guess Limited-Edition Festival Collection

From graphic tanks to camo vests, emblazoned denim shorts and fringe shoulder bags, the line has a cool, bohemian-meet-rock n roll feel that is perfectly suited to the outdoor music scene. Link to Story

What Was She Wearing: Nikki Reed Link to Story

Your Celeb-Inspired Style Guide To Wearing Baggy Leather Jeans Now

See how some of your favorite influencers are wearing slouchy leather trousers and shop our like-minded picks. Link to Story

What Was She Wearing: Rose Byrne Link to Story

Celeb-Inspired Outfit Ideas To Try Now

From Kate Bosworth's stylish take on the grunge trend to Rihanna's thigh-high slit, this month's batch of styling tips is filled with notable outfit ideas galore. Link to Story

What Was She Wearing: Selena Gomez Link to Story

What Was She Wearing: Camilla Belle Link to Story

Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper Vintage

We turn the spotlight on seven of Nicole Warne's most inspirational outfits, plus show you how to get the look. Link to Story

What Was She Wearing: Anja Rubik

What was she wearing? Anja Rubik spotted out in Milan last week. Link to Story


Michelle Toh


I’m a news editor for Fortune Magazine.

Here in Hong Kong, I handle breaking news for, serve as an international assignment editor and help run Fortune's social media platforms. Before that, I was a web producer for Fox News Channel in New York City and a reporter for The Christian Science Monitor in Boston. I graduated with a concentration in journalism and political science from the University of Southern California, where I helped run the Annenberg School’s award-winning digital newspaper Neon Tommy for three and a half years.

I spent my formative years in Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which got me interested in the themes of economic inequality, social policy and how democracies compare across the world.

My (self-proclaimed) goal is to help reduce the world’s degrees of separation by making sense of how people think and live. In 2015, I was named the recipient of USC Annenberg's Penny Lernoux Award for International Reporting. I am also a proud member of the Asian American Journalists Association.

My work has run the gamut from interviewing undocumented immigrant minors to profiling billionaire CEOs, featured in outlets including TIME, USA Today, Huffington Post, Global Post, Fusion and Harper's Bazaar. In my spare time, I enjoy crossing things off what I call the #GreatAmericanBucketList, learning new skills and spending an inordinate amount of time on Instagram.

To read more about my professional experience, click the resume tab on the right.