An American fashion model, Lindsay Marie Ellingson, was born in California. She studied Biology at the University of California, San Diego. She went for a photo shoot to Paris for the agency Viva where, John Galliano, a famous British fashion designer spotted her and made her popular. Lindsay shot to fame, in 2005, for the first time by walking the ramp for the ready-to-wear shoes. She appeared on the covers of the magazines- The Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, D Magazine, and Allure and so on.

Lindsay has modeled for top brands like Chanel, Dolce, and Gabbana, Valentino, Christian Dior, Victoria’s Secret and so on. She has walked eight times on the ramp for the famous ‘Victoria’s Secret runway shows’.

Lindsay had recently entered the Victoria’s Secret Brand’s top 12 supermodels. In the year 2011, she was glorified as the brand’s Angel.

Lindsay is also the co-founder of ‘Wander beauty’, a company that produces beauty products for women. Lindsay has told that her friends tease her by calling her ‘A walking Sephora’ because of the number of beauty products she carries with her. She is also the Creative Head of Wander Beauty and experiments with beauty products. The principal aim of this is to produce products for traveling and working women.

The secret of Lindsay’s flawless look is that she includes juices in her daily diet along with stimulating food. Her fitness regime includes working out three times a week. She is a member of YOGA 216 and does heat Yoga regularly. She is a huge fan of Ayurveda products. She always carries a rose water spray with her, which she says, refreshes her.
Lindsay got married to her longtime boyfriend Sean Clayton, a medical equipment marketing person, in the year 2014 and they both live in Moreno Valley, California along with their adorable dog, a Cockapoo named as Clary.


Kelly Monaco English Actress

Kelly Monaco

Having featured on the cover of the Playboy magazine at the age of 20, Kelly Monaco is an American model, television presenter, and actress. Kelly was born in a family of five sisters which included her, to parents Albert and Carmina Monaco. The family relocated to Poconos where Kelly completed her education from the Poconos Mountain East High School. Monaco discovered her love for the theater during various skits and stage plays during her High school days. Post high school, Kelly undertook further education at the Northampton Community College, and also served as a part-time lifeguard at a local Poconos resort. To fulfill her life-long dream of pursuing modeling as a career, Kelly sent her portfolio to the Playboy magazine in the year 1996, resulting in her getting selected, and consequently featuring on the cover of the April 1997 issue of Playboy. Kelly appeared as the Playmate of the Month, and the following years also saw her in various front pages of the magazine. Kelly's work for Playboy resulted in her pocketing a role in the well-known television serial Baywatch, in the years 1997, and 1998. Monaco often appeared as the body double of the ravishing actress Carmen Electra, who didn't have any prior coaching in swimming. Kelly also featured in brief roles in movies such as "BASEketball," Welcome to Hollywood, Mumford, and Idle hands. In 1999, Kelly was a part of the soap opera Port Charles, for which she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award. The year 2003 saw Monaco play the character of Samantha McCall in the television drama General Hospital. Kelly was a recipient of another Daytime Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. In 2006, Kelly Monaco participated in the reality television competition "Dancing with the Stars," and was adjudged the winner along with professional dance partner Alec Mazo. The following year saw Monaco co-host the 33rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards with Tom Bergeron, and she also featured on the cover page of the prestigious Maxim magazine. Kelly has also featured in other television serials such as Dirty Soap, and the 15th edition of Dancing with the Stars. Off screen, Kelly has been involved in charity as part of an ensemble visiting Kenya to support the works of Feed the Children organization.