Find my work in TV shows and films, commercial print and video, across red carpets, and maybe even in your own closet.
Hi, I’m Kat, an ethical & inclusive wardrobe stylist, fashion designer, writer, and blogger with a passion for inclusive fashion with a conscience. My first fashion love was a lavender sequin dress from Burlington Coat Factory when I was about four years-old. My biggest fashion influence as a teen was the Delia*s catalog and it still rules my style brain eleventy years later.
RECORD SCRATCH LET'S GET ONE THING STRAIGHT RIGHT NOW:
Style isn't about size, shape, or income, and fashion police suck. I believe that your wardrobe should fit YOU, not anyone else.
I’ve been on the ethical & inclusive fashion wavelength since 2012, and in that time, I have dressed people of all walks of life. Whether it meant hunting for the perfect size 17 shoe for actor Chris Reed's red carpet look at the Sons of Anarchy premier, dressing Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter Mary Lambert for her performance at the Aussie Super Bowl, or helping a Mezcalita make looks from the rainbow of colors already in her closet, everyone gets the same personal "style therapy" from me. We all deserve to feel good in our clothes.
The more we feel free the express ourselves through dress, the better we feel –and I want everyone to enjoy that freedom. Whether you're an rock star going to the Grammys who loves bling or a stay-at-home mom who's mad for French gothic romance style, I'm all about finding looks that fit your lifestyle AND your passions.
BIO FOR PEOPLE WHO NEED TO COPY & PASTE FOR SOMETHING
Kat Eves is an ethical & inclusive wardrobe stylist and fashion writer who believes fashion is as personal as it is political. With a portfolio of work spanning red carpets, film & TV, Eves takes a non-judgmental approach to styling that is firmly anti-fashion-police, with a focus on helping clients express their personalities and passions through dress to make fashion fun for everyone. The fashion industry may be the #2 polluter on the planet with a long history of worker exploitation, but Eves believes that fashion can be used as a force for good, and she works to highlight and support brands that are ethical, sustainable, and size-inclusive. No matter your size, shape, race, age, ability, or income, you deserve to express yourself through ethical style.
Hometown: Bowie, Maryland - home of Kathy Lee Gifford and JC Chasez
Current City: Los Angeles, California - home of like, a lot of people
Vices: Carbs and clothes
Heroes: Clinton Kelly of What Not to Wear, warbrobe stylist Susan Moses, designer Christian Siriano, musician & ethical designer Beth Ditto
A few of my favorite things: My dog Millie, flamingos, Palm Springs, wild prints in bold colors, heartfelt soul singers, midcentury modern errythang, sassy attitudes, drag shows, and big hearts
I get distracted by: Shiny things and a good story or photo
Before I stepped out as a stylist, I was (and still am) a writer. I write whenever the mood strikes or someone wants to pay me for it :). My first published piece appeared in Spa Magazine from Bonnier Media in 2008, so I've been at this for a bit.
You can find my writing in ethical fashion blog Remake Our World, intersectional feminist mag Wear Your Voice, big guy's style blog Chubstr, good news site Kinda Kind, and The Owl Mag, to name a few. I was even a Managing Editor for a bit for a now-defunct site GeekGirlonTheStreet.com. One day, I think I’ll get the gumption to submit something to Refinery29 and Buzzfeed.