Generation X – Esmod graduation show 2015

Each year Esmod fashion school holds a graduation show for their graduate students. On the graduation show, students will show their collections, which they have worked on their last year. Everyone who is interested in fashion or who works in the Norwegian fashion industry usually attends the Esmod graduation show.

As the light slowly turns off, the hall is dimmed and the music starts to play. This is when everyone takes up their phones and snap pictures of the Esmod student show or “Generation X”, which the students call it themselves. This year the students want to mark themselves and bring something new into the Norwegian fashion industry.


11270348_814238428671742_5080760248690688332_o    This year’s Esmod show was a big success and I want to give a personal congratulation to all the amazing designers. The 18th June will be an important day for all the graduate students. I am thankful for being allowed to be a part of such a meaningful day. Everyone who worked backstage did an incredible job. I was fortunate enough to be allowed to be one of the Make up artist.

Here is an article written about the show:

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My role was: Makeup Artist 



Fashion with meaning is a nonprofit organization founded by Olimb&co hairdresser. The foundation is about giving something back to the society, and is based on voluntary work and sponsorship revenues.

«For us it is a minimum that all ticket earnings will go to this year’s Charitable cause. Through Fashion with meaning. We can together turn high fashion into something bigger and better. We will also strive to provide an inspiring fashion show for Norwegians,with a good conscience. «


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In times ahead, Fashion with meaning will do everything in their power to emphasize the importance of charity work. In the future, Fashion with meaning will work hard to emphasize the great importance of charity work. Here are some pictures from the show, from a couple years ago. I absolutely loved working with this project and I learned a lot by being a part of it. My role here was to be one of the makeup artists.

Here is an article about the show:




Finally I can post the photos of Alavi by Mahshid Alavi! Went to the show yesterday (her class had a graduation-show) and it was amazing with so many great pieces. Mahshid – a friend I’ve known since my young and teenage teakwondoe-years. Really fun to see people close to you form into someone so talented.

«So yeah, watch out, this week will be all about cool and totally original clothing!»



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Designer: Mahshid Alavi

Photographer: Camilla Hay Jenssen

Art Director/ Makeup Artist: Asie Ali

Model: Nia Fenger & Ingrid Fotland Aseng

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This is my last fashion project, which I did for myself. I wanted it to be my last and best one and get it published. I am proud of my entire crew for the effort they put in this project. I had only one week to plan the entire shoot, however, the result is amazing.

The story is about a wild night in Clarion Collection Hotel Folketeateret, where two girls are fighting for the attention from the same guy.

The pictures where published in Institute Magazine, and here is the link:



Art Director: Asie Ali

Photographer: Camilla Hay Jenssen

Location: Clarion Collection Hotel Folketeateret

Stylist: Anahita Hadzad

Desginer: James Lazar Braathen

Model: Undis Rodum-Heger & Axel Wendt & Melissa Andrea Mindaas

Hair: Sara Karsson

Makeup Artist: Guddy Gak & Trifa Qadri