I am so happy with my online portfolio! It’s great to see so much of my work all in one place. Come and have a look around at evakittelsen.com
There’s still some work to do, but it’s almost there.
Unfortunately I am having some trouble with the DNS and it won’t redirect properly from www.evakittelsen.com (which used to re-direct to this blog here). It’s really bad timing as I’m applying for jobs right now and that’s the address I have on my CV’s, applications and business cards. It’s supposed to be fixed now, but it will take a day or so before it actually works again.. In the meantime just type evakittelsen.com without the www and you’ll get there safe and sound ;)
Hope you like it! There’s a lot of work you might have seen on this blog already, as well as quite a bit of new stuff :)
Thursday this week I had a photoshoot and got to get pictures taken of my whole 4 outfit final collection as well as some of the clothes I’ve made in the previous years. It was really great to see it all on models and with the lights in the studio and everything. I had one professional model Danielle - http://www.danielleaggar.co.uk/ and here you see her in the jacket/coat instructing my non-experienced but still beautiful and great model Kine. We had a whole day, and around 1000 photographs were taken! The photographer was Christopher Aadna, a Norwegian photography student at the University of portsmouth. This means I can finally get a good website and online portfolio, I can’t wait to see all the final pictures :)
Please come along to the School of Art, Design and Media’s summer show which will be open from the 3rd - 4th June, 10am - 4pm weekdays only. You are also invited to attend the private view and catwalk show, which will be a wonderful celebration of the fashion and textile students work and creativity. The fashion show will take place in Eldon Building at 6pm on 31st May, we hope to see you there.
If you are in the area come along and see all the final collections from my yeargroup at university! :)
Eva Heisto Kittelsen Oslo, by Eva HK.
Thank you all for following me so far :)
I’ve started a facebook page now, so if you have an account you should click the name above that links to the page and then of course like it to stay up to date on everything I’m up to. It’s a bi easier to interact there and I’ll have competitions and more!
Thank you :)
I present to you “The equality suits”. Designed to highlight the extreme differences in acceptable clothing and skin exposure for men and women at formal events.
From the left:
1. Shirt and trousers in transparent silk chiffon.
2. Shorts chiffon overlay
3. Shorts and sleeveless jacket with transparent side panels
4. As seen
5. Transparent top on sleeveless suit jacket, back is also transparent
6. Super tight suit trousers and big peekholes in the side of the jacket, no shirt.
Why is it acceptable for women to expose this much skin at a formal event, but unthinkable for a man?