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Saucy Glossie

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Lindsey Calla


Television host, blogger and style expert Lindsey Calla is making big waves in both television and the digital world. Recently Lindsey earned the spot of Maxxinista for the TJ Maxx Fall '11 and Spring '12 campaigns, the first time the brand has ever used the same Maxxinista twice, starring in their national TV commercials, web series, and print campaigns. She regularly corresponds for TBS and their new show Trends with Benefits having thus far completed over 20 episodes as their resident style expert. Marie Claire and YouTube also tapped Lindsey to co-host a show called Fashion Mission on Hearst Magazine's new channel Hello Style that boasts over 28 thousand subscribers and over 2.1 million page views. Among these accomplishments, Lindsey has also appeared in a 3 part television commercial for the MTV Movie Awards, co-hosted an hour of Good Day NY with Greg Kelly, and has traveled the country appearing on networks like NBC New York, FOX Boston, Live Well HD, and the CW network. The success of her television appearances can be linked to the success of her blog, Saucy Glossie. This personal style blog documents her style on a real girl budget and draws in women of all ages who appreciate that you can look like a million without spending a million. She has worked digitally with brands such as Juicy Couture, Banana Republic, K-Mart, and Kenneth Cole. She has also appeared in major ad campaigns for L'Oreal Canada, Coach, and Tiffany & Co and has been featured in The New York Times, Better Homes & Gardens, and Seventeen Magazine.

Hailing from South Jersey, Lindsey laid the foundation for her career with internships at Prada, L'Oreal UK, and Seventeen Magazine that ultimately led her to a coveted spot in the fashion department of Cosmopolitan. It was there that her

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