Born in Florence in 1979 from a French-Spanish mother and an Italian-Russian father, Olga grows up between Rome, Florence and Paris.
Since childhood, she demonstrated a strong bent for creativity and design, also influenced by the artistic and international milieu of her family.
Following a baccalaureate in classical literature, she started art drawing classes at the Art Goldsmith School de Florence, then she achieved a BA in jewelry design at the European Institute of Design in Milan.
Olga started her career chosen by Paolo Bulgari himself, as a jewelry designer for his company in Rome. During this experience, she created an array of unique high jewellery pieces and worked on the brand’s best-selling collections.
Later, she moved to Florence to work for Gucci within the creative department of the jewelry division, under the direction of Frida Giannini. During that period, she discovered the fashion world and its rules, that she practiced again later on, by designing the first fine-jewelry lines for Salvatore Ferragamo, between 2012 and 2013.
In 2007, she was approached by Chaumet to work for the brand’s Jewelry and Horology creative studio in Paris.
Here, she created and launched some of the actual best seller lines, as Josephine and Bee My Love collections.
In 2011 Olga moved to Switzerland to manage the creative and marketing department of Valbray Watches and she founded her own design studio. Since then she works on customized consultancy mandates for international luxury brands.
In 2016 she created and launched Pimpinella, a ready to wear fine-jewelry and silver collections, successfully commercialized in Switzerland under her name.