FOX Life and Neha Dhupia to give viewers the perfect style makeover
FOX Life has roped in Bollywood’s style queen, Neha Dhupia in an exclusive new fashion series, ‘Styled by Neha’. In the series Neha will join Elton Fernandez, who is the hair & makeup artist to Bollywood’s stars, and Diva Dhawan, one of New York’s hottest stylist, to give a stunning makeover to regular people suffering from fashion emergencies.
The show will premiere in September, and is being shot all through July, with not only the Neha and her style dream team, but also a host of other Bollywood designers and stylists. It will not only provide a unique experience to makeover candidates, but also to viewers who would be able to apply some important fashion tips and tricks highlighted in the show.
FOX Life, India’s favourite lifestyle channel, has become a one stop destination for the most exciting fashion, travel, food, décor and other lifestyle content. The brand has also been on the forefront in producing spectacular, high quality Indian content that has resonated not only with viewers, but also with advertisers. ‘Styled By Neha’ gives advertisers yet another successful platform to seamlessly integrate their brand in the storyline.
Talking about the show, Shruti Takulia, Head – Productions, National Geographic & FOX Networks Group India says, “FOX Life’s Indian productions are curated keeping in mind our core audiences’ belief of always being open to newer experiences. Also, the content we bring to life needs to be incredible not only for our viewers but also for those who partner with us on our journey. The upcoming series, ‘Styled by Neha’, which has a fashion dream team led by Neha, again gives advertisers a great opportunity to connect to audiences in a meaningful way. We look forward to some brands becoming part of Neha’s fashion dream team to help viewers get their best look in place.”
‘Styled by Neha’ aims to dig out that ‘extra’ in every ‘ordinary’ women around us. The show is based on philosophy that every women is perfect, though there is no harm in being a better version of yourself.