Clinton Kelly to Pen Column for Woman's Day

Best known as cohost of “What Not to Wear,” Kelly will tackle a range of issues, from fashion and home to food and entertaining.

Susan Spencer Clinton Kelly

Woman's Day editor in chief Susan Spencer with Clinton Kelly.

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CLINTON’S DAY: Clinton Kelly, who is best known as cohost of “What Not to Wear,” is going to tell readers of Woman’s Day, what to wear, where to buy it and other related tidbits, in a new monthly column. Along with the column, Kelly will have his name hoisted atop the masthead of Woman’s Day as contributing editor for a year. Kelly, who is currently a cohost of ABC’s food and lifestyle talk show “The Chew,” will make his editorial debut in the March issue of the magazine, which hits newsstands on Feb. 11.

Tapped by Woman’s Day editor in chief Susan Spencer, Kelly will tackle a range of issues, from fashion and home to food and entertaining in the column, which is dubbed “Clinton Solves It!” His first column will address how to throw an easy, no-fuss party.

According to Woman’s Day, the magazine will tap into Kelly’s strong social media following, which includes more than 219,000 Twitter followers and almost 269,000 likes on Facebook. He joins a slew of other contributing editors at Woman’s Day, including Joy Bauer, Sandy Pollock, Karen Asp, Crystal Cook and Karen Ansel.

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