Campaign India Team
Jun 14, 2014

Things They Like: Arati Singh

NDTV Good Times' channel head on why Bali is among her favourite holiday destinations, her dream car and more

Things They Like: Arati Singh
For Arati Singh, her iPhone accompanies her wherever she goes since it has the apps that she cannot live without. At work, in addition to her computer, she uses an iPad. She also wears the Jawbone to keep a track of her physical activity and sleep.
At work, Singh dresses formally in trousers and shirts primarily from Zara and Goodearth. At parties, she prefers wearing dresses and her favourite designers are Jason and Anshu from Bengaluru. For industry dos, she dons saris and her favourites are from Raw Mango. Singh favours very light gold jewellery and loves layering delicate gold chains and pendants.
She swears by Issey Miyake and Kenzo perfumes, and wears a Tissot watch at work and Suunto for all adventure and outdoor activities. While she wears well-fitted shoes at work, she dons peep toe killer heels to events and parties and she favours Jimmy Choo.
Singh owns a Chevrolet but her dream car is the Land Rover Freelander. In her younger days, she owned a Yamaha bike too.                                                                                                                                                
Her favourite holiday destination is Bali. She reasons, “I can spend the morning on the beach, paraglide in the afternoon and party at night.” This year, Singh is planning holidays in Greece, Imphal, Bir Billing and Mozambique.
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