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NDTV Good Times to air 2nd season of ‘Get the Look’
MUMBAI: Lifestyle channel NDTV Good Times is back with a new season of its fashion makeover series ‘Get The Look’ with Ambika Anand.
The weekly show, which kicked off on 23 March, airs at 8 pm on Thursdays.
The fashion makeover show on Indian television is donning a whole new avatar this season, as it plans to celebrate cutting edge Indian style by exploring Indian fashion with a fresh perspective #GlobalIndia.
Said NDTV Good Times Channel head Arati Singh, “We are very proud that ‘Get The Look’ over the years has set itself a benchmark for fashion and makeover shows in the country. Our aim is to inspire young Indians to be comfortable in their own skin”.
The series will feature 13 youngsters who are willing to step out of their comfort zone and make wearing quintessential Indian fabrics like khadi, banarsi, chanderi, linen and cotton a part of their style palette. Each episode will present the beauty of wearing these fabrics in a fun yet modern way. The show aims to be an honest endeavour to translate the magic and mysticism that lies within the woven thread and make it a preferred choice, be it for daily wear or for special occasions.
A team of experts like designers Rajesh Pratap Singh, Sanjay Garg, Monica and Karishma, Gaurang Shah and Rohit Bal; dermatalogist and beauty expert Dr Kiran Lohia; and stylists like Divya Arora, Rod Anker, Majari Malik and Vidya Tikari will analyse and style individuals to reimagine and reinvent their wardrobe and confidence level.
Said Anand, “I’m very excited about this season because we’re sharing eclectic ways of wearing traditional, handloom fabrics. This season we are celebrating Indian handlooms and will be giving contemporary looks to 13 youngsters who dare to experiment.”