Fashion and Interior Stylist, Mexico.

Renata Flores studied fashion styling at the Marangoni Institute in Paris, then earned a degree in interior design from Harrington Collage at Chicago. She worked as the head of the design department in Anthrometrica, a furniture store in Mexico City, and has been freelancing as a fashion stylist for Glamour Mexico, 192 Magazine, Bany Boutique, “Tambourine”, and a variety of fashion shows.

Having had the opportunity to live and experience many cultures around the globe, Renata’s passion for fashion and interior design comes from the possibility to create something using other cultures as inspiration. She defines her style as eclectic because she constantly breaks the rules. She takes conventional pieces and uses them in an unconventional way. Her talent relies in that she always manages to create harmony.

She is amazed by costume designer Patricia Field’s talent. “She is a complete wreck when you see her dressed, but it is unbelievable what she can do when it comes to clothes and dressing up people,” she said.

She has a habit of looking up fashion blogs and magazines to find new inspirations for her everyday looks. Her must-have item is a MAC red matte lipstick; she just can’t live with out it. Her wardrobe is inspired by the 70s hippie style – boho-chic and dandy.

Besides being one of The Fancy Archive’s head stylists, Renata has been freelancing as an interior designer for residential homes. Lately, designing flower ornaments has become one of her favorite hobbies; so take a look at her awesome creations at


Birkin or Kelly bag / BIRKIN
Red or nude lips / RED
Chihuahuas or pomeranias / CHIHUAHUAS


Designer / Karl Lagerfeld
Restaurant / Fatty Crab NYC 
Dessert / Ice Tempura (Suntory)
Guilty / Keeping up with the Kardashians
Character / Diane Kitton (Tinker Bell)
Blog / SF girl by bay
Photography / David Lachapelle

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