After graduating from the London School of Economics, Alexia Antsakli Vardinoyanni worked as a fashion writer for the Greek edition of VOGUE interviewing personalities such as Laudomia Pucci at the Palazzo Pucci in Florence, Helmut Lang at the Cafe de Flore in Paris, Karl Lagerfeld at his bookshop in Paris, Jean Paul Gaultier backstage at his show for Hermes, Alber Elbaz at the house of Lanvin, Alberta Ferretti at her headquarters in Milan and Olivier Theyskens at the house of Rochas. Simultaneously she worked as a correspondent covering the prêt-à-porter and haute couture shows in Milan and Paris.
In 2008 she was appointed coordinator of the destefashioncollection, a project conceived by the Deste Foundation for Contemporary Art.
In 2013 she curated the first exhibition dedicated to design at the Benaki Museum in Athens, entitled 100 chairs in 100 days: A Platonic interpretation, by Martino Gamper.
artflyer is a continuation of her encounters with important cultural figures whom she meets and photographs in their homes or studios to give an accurate, insightful, and even poetic account of their lives and experiences.