Posted: 11 Dec 2012 03:42 AM PST
Life Inspired rolls out a new range of shows for modern living.
IT'S that festive time of the year again! So folks, if you're planning to shop, eat, play and decorate, tune in to the lifestyle channel Li (Astro B.yond Ch 728) for lots of exciting shows.
Have some flamboyant fun and shock value with a show called Gaga By Gaultier. You can also take a look at some luxurious spas in the travel show Stopover: Shanghai or pick up some decorating tips from Samantha Pynn in The Mix and The Party. Check out some of the shows that await you this month.
(Dec 18, 11pm)
For the first time in Asia, Life Inspired proudly presents Design Wars, an all-new makeover series where three cutting-edge designers battle it out for the chance to overhaul a family's desperately drab room.
To win the coveted makeover project and bragging rights that go with it, each designer will face-off in tricky style challenges.
Ultimately, only one designer will be left standing to fix the family's problem space, and it is the family who will be making the final elimination decision.
The pressure cooker is on with plenty of demands, tears, drama and high emotion – let the war begin!
Samantha Pynn: The Mix
(Dec 23, 10pm)
Need some edgy home décor tips that will leave your guests mesmerised this festive season? Samantha Pynn: The Mix is the answer to your call.
A decorator, stylist, host, home designer and columnist, Samantha Pynn creates the perfect rooms in The Mix, drawing inspiration from incredible home tours that feature her all-time favourite styles.
The eclectic mix of styles includes "Eco Mod" (think linens and wood accessories), "Dorothy Draper Decorates" (never-before-seen colour combinations), "Belgian Farmhouse" (gold lamp bases and metallic linen), "Equestrian" (very moody colours) and "Globetrotting" (think Morocco).
On paper, these pairings seem as wrong as the The Odd Couple's Oscar, but layered together in a room, the look becomes the perfect mix.
Gaga By Gaultier
(Dec 29, 11pm)
She is one of the most talked about people on the planet. He is a fashion icon and the cult presenter of Eurotrash. She is the artiste who claims the right to be different. He is the first designer who launched non-standard models.
Lady Gaga and Jean Paul Gaultier have so much in common and admire each other but have never met. In this show, the duo will come face-to-face in an enriching and unforgettable interview at Gaultier's fabulous atelier in Paris.
Samantha Pynn: The Party
(Dec 30, 10pm)
Delighted guests, impeccable Christmas decor, turkey in the oven, fancy dresses and groovy dance moves. Hosting a Christmas party sounds easy enough, with these great holiday entertaining tips on Samantha Pynn: The Party.
This one-hour special weaves together two storylines with the warmth, happiness and celebratory nature of the holiday season. While assembling a great holiday party, Pynn visits the decorated spaces of her favourite designers to get her inspiration. The tours reveal beautiful seasonal space, clever ideas for entertaining, and great DIY projects.
(Dec 31, 11.30pm)
Here is another new original production from Life Inspired entitled Stopover: Shanghai, your quintessential guide to making the most of this vibrant city within a short visit.
Hosted by Jason Godfrey, Stopover: Shanghai takes you inside luxurious accommodation in Shanghai, China, such as the Puli Hotel and The Waterhouse, and visit unique restaurants such Mr And Mrs Bund and Maison de l'Hui.
Jason's to-do-list includes visiting some of the best architecture in this bustling metropolis with Lyndon Neri from renowned architecture firm Neri & Ju Design, meeting local designers like Jenny Ji and finally, unwinding at one of the city's best spas. It is a must-watch for any luxe traveller about to hit one of Asia's most exciting cities!
Posted: 11 Dec 2012 03:42 AM PST
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