Natasha Gargiulo wearing MICALLA
Model: Natasha Gargiulo
Natasha is a Canadian television personality currently working for Entertainment Tonight Canada, and co-hosting Montreal’s number one morning radio show “Freeway and Natasha in the Morning” on Virgin Radio 96.
The energetic host has covered some of the most prestigious red carpet events at the Cannes, Sundance and Toronto Film Festivals, and has interviewed many of Hollywood’s biggest stars from George Clooney, and Will Smith, to Bon Jovi and Bono.
Born and raised in Montreal, Natasha began her career on Global Montreal’s evening news, and quickly moved up to report on the exciting beat of the arts and culture scene in the city. The former graduate of Concordia University’s Communications Studies program was discovered by a TV producer while working on air at Mix 96 Radio. She was given the opportunity to host a documentary highlighting the Italian culture in the city called La Dolce Vita, which aired on Global TV and opened several doors for the seasoned lifestyle host .
Aside from her work on ET Canada and Virgin Radio, Natasha writes, produces and hosts Global Montreal’s “Summer in the City”.
Most recently Natasha appeared on the series Durham County and can be seen co-hosting Guy Stuff with John Moore on Men TV.
Natasha is also the spokesmodel for a clothing company called MIXAGE geared to moms on the go and was featured in “Hello! Canada’s Top 10 Hottest Women on Television” in 2007; Browns Catalogue, and Monster.ca.
When Natasha isn’t working, she can be found at home enjoying every precious moment with her baby girl, cooking, or out and about at the latest attraction in the city .
Always inspired by the wondrous colours of nature and the brilliance of crystal, Danish-born, Montreal-based designer, Camilla Jørgensen founded MICALLA in 2007. Jørgensen uses some of the rarest and most beautiful natural stones in the creation of her dazzling multi-functional pieces which have been worn on some of the world’s most glamourous red carpets.
MICALLA makes it a priority to be socially and ethically responsible, with each piece being carefully handcrafted by Jørgensen in Montreal using materials which are sourced strictly from artisanal mines from across the globe; including small suppliers in the United States, Canada, Australia, Madagascar, India, and Africa – a reflection of her personal travels and varied background.
Jørgensen also designs two other accessory lines: the glamourous Swarovski™ co-brand callura and the funky, multi-functional Don’t AsK.