&TV’s female artists, including Neha Joshi, Geetanjali Mishra, and Shubhangi Atre, are championing upcycling and sustainable fashion. Inspired by Alia Bhatt’s repurposing of her wedding saree, these artists emphasize the transformative power of upcycling in the fashion industry.
Neha Joshi, who plays Krishna Devi Vajpayee in &TV’s “Atal,” highlights the importance of making the most of existing wardrobes. She practices eco-friendly fashion by repeating outfits, mixing and matching old clothes, and repurposing items like denim into pouches and handbags.
Geetanjali Mishra, known as Rajesh Singh from “Happu Ki Ultan Paltan,” opts for purposeful shopping and transforming dresses from her wardrobe. She creatively updates old scarves into stylish ponchos, reducing waste and giving items a fresh look. Mishra emphasizes that sustainable fashion is achievable even in an industry that often demands new attire.
Shubhangi Atre, portraying Angoori Bhabi in “Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai,” draws inspiration from a viral video to craft a fashionable clutch purse from an old sunglasses case. She enjoys mixing and matching outfits, blending styles like pairing a sporty cropped hoodie with tailored joggers or combining a tailored blazer with wide-leg culottes.
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These artists showcase how embracing sustainable practices, including upcycling and mindful fashion choices, can positively impact the environment while allowing individuals to express their unique styles. The trio encourages viewers to watch their shows on &TV, airing every Monday to Friday.