AFTER BEING TRAINED IN FINE ART IN PARIS, FLORE BOTTARO STUDIED GRAPHIC DESIGN AT CHELSEA AND CAMBERWELL COLLEGE IN LONDON. SHE THEN FELT HIGHLY RESPONSIVE AND INSPIRED BY THE SPIRIT OF UNDERGROUND, MAGAZINE CULTURE, AND THE EMERGENCE OF THE YOUNG BRITISH ART.

THE FOLLOWING YEARS, SHE ACHIEVED DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES BOTH IN PARIS AND NEW YORK, SUCH AS VOGUE HOMME INTERNATIONAL, VISIONAIREV MAGAZINE, HARPER’S BAZAAR, JALOU PUBLISHING, LIPMAN AGENCY, SURFACE MAGAZINE, DIOR PARFUMS AND COUTURE.

HER STYLE GROWED FROM EDGY ANGLO-SAXON POP ART AND MORE TIMELESS PARISIAN CHIC.

IT IS CAPTURE OF BOTH NATURAL BEAUTY AND ARTIFACTS SPECIFIC ONTOLOGY INTO A MAGNETIC FIELD. AS A BOLD FORMALISM IT RAISES OSTENSIVE FACE VALUE INTO ORGANIC EDIFICE IMAGE.

ALWAYS AIMING AT COMMISSIONING EMERGING YOUNG TALENTS, WHETHER PHOTOGRAPHERS OR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS, MODELS,  IT MEANS TO INSPIRE A MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF BORDERS BETWEEN ART AND COMMERCE.