Carl Edmond x Sara Biderman
Sara Biderman stays true to curiosity and elegance
29-year-old Sara Biderman embodies a life of exploration and creative discovery. Born on a farm just outside Eskilstuna, the freelance fashion and celebrity stylist is curious and impulsive at heart. Moving to Spain after school, and then to Australia for a year, Sara is now based in Stockholm, where her timeless style has got all heads turned towards her. She brings temperament to elegance – learn how from her story below.
Q: Sara, your style is mesmerizing! But, if this weren’t your job, what else would you do?
A: I’d most probably be a vet, or anything that includes animals. My love for them is unreal!
Q: And what’s your favorite thing about humans?
A: They are good dancers and they know how to party, haha!
Q: Except for being an animal-lover, what else defines you?
A: I’m impulsive, active, temperamental, happy, and curious.
Q: Impulsive! What’s the last spontaneous thing you did?
A: Last week, my boyfriend and I woke up in the middle of the night and decided to bake cinnamon buns.
Q: Do you have fears?
A: Of course, everyone does. For example, I hate to talk in front of people.
Q: How do you overcome that?
A: I force myself to just do it. It always feels better after. One thing I haven’t learned to handle, however, are spiders…
Q: Do you have a favorite time of the day?
A: Mornings, when I have my first cup of coffee. The light and the quietness make me so calm.
Q: Would you rather go back in time or into the future?
A: Back, for sure! I would love to wear all the pretty clothes of the ‘60s.
Q: And if you know you have only 3 more hours to live, how would you spend those?
A: With my family and boyfriend. Eating a lot of food and drinking expensive, heavy red wine. Probably smoking some cigarettes too.
Q: Expensive wine sounds amazing! What does luxury mean to you?
A: Luxury for me is not about the price of something, it’s more about treating yourself.
Q: What’s the ultimate record you would bring to a lonely island and listen to forever?
A: Bob Marley, The Fugees or Tupac.
Q: Ah, the classics! Do you think something that is considered a ‘classic’ can also be ‘modern’?
A: A classic for me is modern all the time. It’s timeless beauty.
Q: Is there a place in the world that always makes you excited, no matter how many times you go?
A: Italy. My happy place.
Q: At last, complete this sentence for us, ‘There will never be enough time for…’