Celebrity Stylist Lindsay Albanese Empowers Women to Build Their Own Empire

From celebrity stylist to successful entrepreneur, Albanese shares her passion for helping women succeed around the globe.

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Celebrity stylist Lindsay Albanese’s has worked with some of the biggest names and productions in the entertainment industry, including American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, E!, Access Hollywood and Entertainment Tonight. You might recognize Albanese as a TV personality and social media influencer, who has shared her fashion and beauty tips with millions, helping encourage women to dress and feel more confident, comfortable and in charge. Lindsay has a record of inspiring fellow females and encouraging them to try new things. She believes that the littlest tweaks make the biggest impact.

Now, as an inventor and entrepreneur, Albanese is working to bring that sense of ease and order into people’s lives and their fashion choices. Albanese believes it is imperative that women own their personal style while dressing appropriately for life events while being comfortable in their own skin and empowered in everything they do. “Fashion is a reflection of how we feel and self-expression of how we want to present ourselves to the world. It’s also how we respect and honor occasions and life events,” says Albanese.

With this mantra in mind, Albanese recently invented a product that will revolutionize travel for hat lovers. She has always loved hats as a staple accessory, but as you know, they are not the easiest things to travel with. For this reason, she has introduced a patent-pending fashion accessory to market that is the first product to give people the option of carrying their hat hands-free. Life can be a constant juggle and this is one situation that she felt was something that had not been tapped into and resolved.

Lindsay also plans on rolling out additional serviceable style products that help create order in people’s lives. “My mission is to cultivate sophistication, relatability, and ease in everything I do,” she explains. “I want to find new ways to give people choices, ease and flexibility with what they wear, how they travel, and how they live, added Lindsay.

“I also want to inspire other women to go into the fashion industry as entrepreneurs. I hope my line sends an empowering message to women that they too can chase their dreams and create their own business with good, old-fashioned hard work.”

Lindsay Albanese

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