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Sarah Ann Murray is a freelance fashion stylist, shoot creative director, and menswear luxury specialist. The former Fashion Editor for The Rake magazine, Sarah is an authority in men’s style, sartorial wear and luxury lifestyle. She styles and writes for various magazines, advises brands on luxury development and also provides a bespoke personal stylist service in London and Europe.
Her contacts with brands are second to none and is highly respected in the tailoring, publishing and fashion worlds. Having graduated Birmingham University with a Law with French degree and after travelling some 28 countries, Sarah moved immediately to styling and fashion when she attended the London College of Fashion to hone her skills on styling, with a focus on Menswear.
Practicing as a personal stylist and working with independent magazines in both the UK and Australia, Sarah joined The Rake magazine as a stylist when she moved to Singapore and chanced upon the luxury magazine. Four years later in 2014, she moved back to the UK and helped set up their London office when the magazine launched as an international title. Two years later in Autumn 2016, Sarah left The Rake to go freelance. Some of her achievements include:
Six years as the head of Fashion and Creative Shoot Direction at The Rake
Associate Editor for Revolution magazine, a watch publication
Fashion and watch writer
Styled some of the world’s foremost men in the public eye, including Samuel L. Jackson, Kit Harrington, Andrew Lincoln, Andy Murray and Eric Cantona and in the business sector, Antoine Arnault of LVMH
Editor for The Rake’s Formalwear luxury supplement with Selfridges
Worked with some of the world’s top fashion and celebrity photographers including Ruven Afanador, John Balsom and Simon Emmett
Becoming an authority in men’s sartorial and luxury style
Since becoming a freelance stylist, Sarah has styled for various luxury and fashion publications and brands including The Week, Something About Magazine, Brummel, The Red Bulletin and Jaguar, has worked on various commercial projects with celebrities and has written articles for UK newspapers on men’s fashion including The Times men's fashion supplement.