When art meets fashion.
G.Kero is not a usual brand, its an artists who makes clothes.
While searching for a fresh alternative to gallery canvases, artist Marguerite Bartherotte aka "G.Kero" turned her hand to fashion. Reworking garments into original creations that blur the border between art and fashion. G.Kero is the result of Marguerite Bartherotte's vision to transform high quality fabrics into technicolored statement pieces.
"G.Kero" is the pseudonym of artists Marguerite Bartherotte. It is a childhood family nickname. Marguerite grew up with six brothers and sisters in a beach house located at the end of a sandy peninsula in Cap Ferret, south of France. A place where tumultuous ocean waters meet the calmer waters of Arcachon Bay.
In the late 1970's, her parents built wooden houses on this sandbank. This was their way of carrying on the spirit of May 1968 while everyone else went back to work. Step inside and you will fine the 18th Century furniture alongside guns, chainsaws, antiques and many books on art and photography. It was in this library at the age of 6 that Marguerite discovered Adieu l'Afrique by Mirella Ricciardi. This book was her first source of inspiration, and this is where she learned to draw her unique dancing characters that are now one of her trademarks.