After graduating from art college, Sarah Bagner worked as a creative in advertising for several years before moving into styling and selling her vintage wares in London's Portobello Market. She set up www.supermarketsarah.com in 2009, where she sells and displays all her items on walls. Users simply click and buy. Sarah's "walls" spread into public spaces: bars, galleries, shopfronts and a pop-up store in Selfridges, London's premier department store. The site and blog have become a platform for young talent and have been featured in a wide range of media, including the Guardian, Evening Standard, Sunday Times Style, British Vogue, Elle decoration, French Elle, Japanese Elle and the BBC news.
Sarah also puts on events and installations, often collaborating with top designers, including Donna Wilson, Tom Dixon, Rob Ryan, Tatty Devine and Jaguar Shoes Collective.
This year Sarah has travelled the world in search of the most inspirational home walls she can find. "Wonder Walls, Supermarket Sarah's Guide to Display" is out in October 2012.
Supermarket Sarah has worked with brands to come up with unique design solutions.