Hit television show Fashion 101 gets exciting each passing episode, and this weekend’s, the fourth of some 13 to be screened in the coming days, lived up to the billing.

This week’s episode, which had a tall list of Ghanaian celebrities come up for scrutiny on what they wore to some public events, was as exciting as the first.

Start actresses Lydia Forson, Nadia Buari and Nikki Samonas got a thumb up from the panel, while veteran local actor Ebenezer Donkor, otherwise known as Katawere, failed to impress during the Star Watch segment.

Katawere, who wore what could virtually pass for an animal skin material to the Ghana Movie Awards, was according to hostess Sandra, “committing a crime against nature”; while Chester Annie, Matilda Payne and Cindy Appiagyei thought he could have done better, adding that his outfit was more of a decoration of himself than a fashion statement.

“You can decorate your house, car and any other object but it is simply out of place to decorate your body, and this is what he did,” says Cindy Appiagyei.

While Sandra insisted that Nadia was her best dressed for the week, Cindy, Chester and Matilda, voted in favour of Lydia Forson.

Other celebrities who had their outfits subjected to scrutiny on episode 4, included Blak Kofe, Agya Koo, Mimi, Helen Asante and Shirley Frimpong Manso, who also won the praise of the panel members.

This week’s make-over segment took an exciting twist when Naana, a holiday-bound young lady, had celebrated swim suit designer Aya Morrison, give her a perfect wardrobe of sleek suits for her stay in the Bahamas, while make-up artiste Mamess also gave her a fresh new look.

With nine more episodes yet to air before the end of Season 1, Fashion 101 is proving to be the television show Ghana’s Fashion industry has been waiting for, just as the producers promised.

The 30-minute show airs 8:30 am, every Saturday on TV3. It is executive produced and presented by Sandra Ankobiah.

 

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