G.Kero

G.Kero
G.Kero
G.Kero

G.Kero

With a name derived from the French film ‘Gisele Kerozene’, the G.Kero collection of cotton and jersey separates was intended by artist Margueritte Bartherotte as an alternative medium for her designs rather than purely as a fashion label. A graduate of Belgium’s acclaimed La Cambre school of art and design, Bartherotte would rather people wore her art than see it hanging in a gallery, and the deceptively simple pieces have become her current day canvases. Bartherotte’s charming freehand style reflects both her bohemian upbringing in the South of France and her innate joie de vivre and G.Kero has garnered a loyal following that includes the likes of Marion Cotillard and Kate Moss.