DRESS LIKE THAT, WOMAN LIKE THIS  
 
 
Sarah Hoover
 
Using just one dress (plus a few telling probes), we introduce the incredible women that make up Moda Operandi’s community of shoppers, self-styled and in their own words. Meet Sarah Hoover—in Bernadette Antwerp.  
 

Pictured: 
Sarah Hoover self-styled in a Bernadette Antwerp dress with her own hair and make-up. Photographed by Andy Jackson at Sarah’s NY-based home.
Sarah Hoover sitting in her home in a Bernadette Antwerp dress
DRESS LIKE THAT, WOMAN LIKE THIS  
 
 
Sarah Hoover
 
Using just one dress (plus a few telling probes), we introduce the incredible women that make up Moda Operandi’s community of shoppers, self-styled and in their own words. Meet Sarah Hoover—in Bernadette Antwerp.  
 

Pictured: 
Sarah Hoover self-styled in a Bernadette Antwerp dress with her own hair and make-up. Photographed by Andy Jackson at Sarah’s NY-based home.
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Pictured: Sarah Hoover self-styled in a Bernadette Antwerp dress with her own hair and make-up. Photographed by Andy Jackson at Sarah’s NY-based home.
Pictured: Sarah Hoover self-styled in a Bernadette Antwerp dress with her own hair and make-up. Photographed by Andy Jackson at Sarah’s NY-based home.

 
DRESS LIKE THAT, WOMAN LIKE THIS
  
Sarah Hoover
 
Using just one dress (plus a few telling probes), we introduce the incredible women that make up Moda Operandi’s community of shoppers, self-styled and in their own words. Meet Sarah Hoover—in Bernadette Antwerp. 



 
DRESS LIKE THAT, WOMAN LIKE THIS
  
Sarah Hoover
 
Using just one dress (plus a few telling probes), we introduce the incredible women that make up Moda Operandi’s community of shoppers, self-styled and in their own words. Meet Sarah Hoover—in Bernadette Antwerp. 


                                           
WHO ARE YOU—IN A SENTENCE? 
 
  
A writer, art historian, art dealer, and mother to a thirteen year old French Bulldog named Napoleon as well as one of the cutest three year old little boys in America, Guy Sachs. 
 
 

  
HOW DO YOU SPEND MOST OF YOUR TIME? 
 
Reading, writing, hanging out with my kid just thinking about how to find a plastic surgeon who will give me the same lips he was somehow, despite genetics, born with.
 
 

   
WHY THIS DRESS? 
 
I loved the pattern and drama of it, and then read that it was designed by a mother-daughter team. My mom is my best friend and I’d love to work with her!
 
 

  
HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN YOU WEAR THIS DRESS? 
 
Glamorous. It arrived as short as I would have made it anyway, which never happens. These women get me.
   
 

  
AGE: 
 
34. Ugh do we have to share that? Can you tell people 31 at least…
 
 

   
BASED: 
 
Soho, NYC.
 
 

   
PLACE THEY KNOW YOUR NAME? 
 
Balthazar.
 
 

  
OCCUPATION? 
 
Director, Gagosian gallery. I also just finished my first book! Hopefully a publisher buys it and I can say officially published author.
 
 

   
HOBBIES? 
 
Ballet nerd, voracious reader, daily journaler, runner and The Limit addict (you would be too if you gained 70lbs when you were pregnant), board member at social justice non-profit Recess Art, and co-chair of American Ballet Theatre’s Accelerator Board.
 
 

   
BEST ADVICE?
 
Always do someone the favor if you can.
 
 

  
FAVORITE ARTISTS? 
 
Cecily Brown, Agnes Martin, Ellen Gallagher, Kara Walker, Cindy Sherman.
 
 

   
WHO ARE YOUR HEROES? 
 
Bernie Sanders for being a steadfast outside-of-the-box thinker. Guy Debord. My husband. Gloria Steinem. Angela Davis. Before you disagree with me on any of these, I know some of them are problematic. Everyone's a contradiction. They are still inspirational to me.
 
 

   
WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD? 
 
The powerful female intellect.
 
 

   
WHAT’S THE WORST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD?
 
Entitled, coddled men.
 
 

   

                                           
WHO ARE YOU—IN A SENTENCE? 
 
  
A writer, art historian, art dealer, and mother to a thirteen year old French Bulldog named Napoleon as well as one of the cutest three year old little boys in America, Guy Sachs. 
 
 

  
HOW DO YOU SPEND MOST OF YOUR TIME? 
 
Reading, writing, hanging out with my kid just thinking about how to find a plastic surgeon who will give me the same lips he was somehow, despite genetics, born with.
 
 

   
WHY THIS DRESS? 
 
I loved the pattern and drama of it, and then read that it was designed by a mother-daughter team. My mom is my best friend and I’d love to work with her!
 
 

  
HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN YOU WEAR THIS DRESS? 
 
Glamorous. It arrived as short as I would have made it anyway, which never happens. These women get me.
   
 

  
AGE: 
 
34. Ugh do we have to share that? Can you tell people 31 at least…
 
 

   
BASED: 
 
Soho, NYC.
 
 

   
PLACE THEY KNOW YOUR NAME? 
 
Balthazar.
 
 

  
OCCUPATION? 
 
Director, Gagosian gallery. I also just finished my first book! Hopefully a publisher buys it and I can say officially published author.
 
 

   
HOBBIES? 
 
Ballet nerd, voracious reader, daily journaler, runner and The Limit addict (you would be too if you gained 70lbs when you were pregnant), board member at social justice non-profit Recess Art, and co-chair of American Ballet Theatre’s Accelerator Board.
 
 

   
BEST ADVICE?
 
Always do someone the favor if you can.
 
 

  
FAVORITE ARTISTS? 
 
Cecily Brown, Agnes Martin, Ellen Gallagher, Kara Walker, Cindy Sherman.
 
 

   
WHO ARE YOUR HEROES? 
 
Bernie Sanders for being a steadfast outside-of-the-box thinker. Guy Debord. My husband. Gloria Steinem. Angela Davis. Before you disagree with me on any of these, I know some of them are problematic. Everyone's a contradiction. They are still inspirational to me.
 
 

   
WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD? 
 
The powerful female intellect.
 
 

   
WHAT’S THE WORST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD?
 
Entitled, coddled men.
 
 

   

                                           
WHO ARE YOU—IN A SENTENCE? 
  
A writer, art historian, art dealer, and mother to a thirteen year old French Bulldog named Napoleon as well as one of the cutest three year old little boys in America, Guy Sachs. 
 
 

  
HOW DO YOU SPEND MOST OF YOUR TIME? 
 
Reading, writing, hanging out with my kid just thinking about how to find a plastic surgeon who will give me the same lips he was somehow, despite genetics, born with.
 
 

   
WHY THIS DRESS? 
 
I loved the pattern and drama of it, and then read that it was designed by a mother-daughter team. My mom is my best friend and I’d love to work with her!
 
 

  
HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN YOU WEAR THIS DRESS? 
 
Glamorous. It arrived as short as I would have made it anyway, which never happens. These women get me.
   
 

  
AGE: 
 
34. Ugh do we have to share that? Can you tell people 31 at least…
 
 

   
BASED: 
 
Soho, NYC.
 
 

   
PLACE THEY KNOW YOUR NAME? 
 
Balthazar.
 
 

  
OCCUPATION? 
 
Director, Gagosian gallery. I also just finished my first book! Hopefully a publisher buys it and I can say officially published author.
 
 

   
HOBBIES? 
 
Ballet nerd, voracious reader, daily journaler, runner and The Limit addict (you would be too if you gained 70lbs when you were pregnant), board member at social justice non-profit Recess Art, and co-chair of American Ballet Theatre’s Accelerator Board.
 
 

   
BEST ADVICE?
 
Always do someone the favor if you can.
 
 

  
FAVORITE ARTISTS? 
 
Cecily Brown, Agnes Martin, Ellen Gallagher, Kara Walker, Cindy Sherman.
 
 

   
WHO ARE YOUR HEROES? 
 
Bernie Sanders for being a steadfast outside-of-the-box thinker. Guy Debord. My husband. Gloria Steinem. Angela Davis. Before you disagree with me on any of these, I know some of them are problematic. Everyone's a contradiction. They are still inspirational to me.
 
 

   
WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD? 
 
The powerful female intellect.
 
 

   
WHAT’S THE WORST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD?
 
Entitled, coddled men.
 
 

   

                                           
WHO ARE YOU—IN A SENTENCE? 
  
A writer, art historian, art dealer, and mother to a thirteen year old French Bulldog named Napoleon as well as one of the cutest three year old little boys in America, Guy Sachs. 
 
 

  
HOW DO YOU SPEND MOST OF YOUR TIME? 
 
Reading, writing, hanging out with my kid just thinking about how to find a plastic surgeon who will give me the same lips he was somehow, despite genetics, born with.
 
 

   
WHY THIS DRESS? 
 
I loved the pattern and drama of it, and then read that it was designed by a mother-daughter team. My mom is my best friend and I’d love to work with her!
 
 

  
HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN YOU WEAR THIS DRESS? 
 
Glamorous. It arrived as short as I would have made it anyway, which never happens. These women get me.
   
 

  
AGE: 
 
34. Ugh do we have to share that? Can you tell people 31 at least…
 
 

   
BASED: 
 
Soho, NYC.
 
 

   
PLACE THEY KNOW YOUR NAME? 
 
Balthazar.
 
 

  
OCCUPATION? 
 
Director, Gagosian gallery. I also just finished my first book! Hopefully a publisher buys it and I can say officially published author.
 
 

   
HOBBIES? 
 
Ballet nerd, voracious reader, daily journaler, runner and The Limit addict (you would be too if you gained 70lbs when you were pregnant), board member at social justice non-profit Recess Art, and co-chair of American Ballet Theatre’s Accelerator Board.
 
 

   
BEST ADVICE?
 
Always do someone the favor if you can.
 
 

  
FAVORITE ARTISTS? 
 
Cecily Brown, Agnes Martin, Ellen Gallagher, Kara Walker, Cindy Sherman.
 
 

   
WHO ARE YOUR HEROES? 
 
Bernie Sanders for being a steadfast outside-of-the-box thinker. Guy Debord. My husband. Gloria Steinem. Angela Davis. Before you disagree with me on any of these, I know some of them are problematic. Everyone's a contradiction. They are still inspirational to me.
 
 

   
WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD? 
 
The powerful female intellect.
 
 

   
WHAT’S THE WORST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD?
 
Entitled, coddled men.
 
 

   

The biggest misconception about the art world is that it's 100% committed to progress and open-mindedness. There are wonderful pockets that celebrate bohemian ideals. We look for those and try to amplify them.”

SARAH HOOVER
  
Sarah Hoover sitting in her home in a Bernadette Antwerp dress
The biggest misconception about the art world is that it's 100% committed to progress and open-mindedness. There are wonderful pockets that celebrate bohemian ideals. We look for those and try to amplify them.”

SARAH HOOVER
  


 
The biggest misconception about the art world is that it's 100% committed to progress and open-mindedness. There are wonderful pockets that celebrate bohemian ideals. We look for those and try to amplify them.”



SARAH HOOVER

 



 
The biggest misconception about the art world is that it's 100% committed to progress and open-mindedness. There are wonderful pockets that celebrate bohemian ideals. We look for those and try to amplify them.”



SARAH HOOVER

 

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WHAT’S THE BIGGEST MISCONCEPTION ABOUT BEING A MOTHER? 
  
That it's magical, intuitive, a peak expression of womanhood. It can be that. But it can also be horrifically boring, depressing, and anticlimactic. 
 
 

  
FIRST THING YOU DO IN THE MORNING? 
 
Write in my journal for 15 minutes, even if I have nothing to say.
 
 

   
LAST THING YOU DO AT NIGHT? 
 
 
Put my Invisalign in! I’m so good about it, I’m really proud of myself and need the world to know. And I read. I’m a book a week type of girl.
   
 

  
YOUR DREAM DINNER PARTY? 
 
Karl Lagerfeld, Joan Didion, Maya Angelou, Picasso, Ed and Dana Ruscha, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Rihanna.
   
 

  
FAVORITE MOVIE? 
 
“Moulin Rouge,” “The Shining,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” and “Manhattan.”
 
 

   
BOOK YOU’D RE-READ? 
 
“The Bell Jar,” 100x. “Valley of the Dolls,” 1000x.
 
 

   
HOW DO YOU DEFINE BEAUTY? 
 
Let’s not f**k around, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell define aesthetic beauty for me. BUT, seeing the beauty in everyone is a worthwhile skill to hone. And there absolutely is beauty in everyone, especially in women who are empowered and make the most of whatever they’ve got to project the image of themselves that they believe in out into the world. I worship any woman who is brave enough to follow her instincts and show the world who she is.
 
 

  
WHAT’S YOUR BEST BEAUTY SECRET? 
 
Eyelash perms.
 
 

   
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE? 
 
Hyperbolically feminine and as short as is legal minus another inch.
 
 

   
FAVORITE FASHION ERA OF ALL TIME?
 
1970s, duh.
 
 

  
WHAT TREND DO YOU MOST REGRET? 
 
I only regret haircuts.
 
 

   
WHAT WAS YOUR STYLE AS A TEENAGER? 
 
Way too similar to my style now! It was very “Clueless” but with a sprinkle of early Britney.
 
 

   
BEST THING YOU’VE BOUGHT ON MODA? 
 
I’ve never gone wrong on Moda! Hot tip: it's the best place to buy Rodarte, which I adore.
 
 

   
DESIGNER(S) THAT GET YOU?
 
Miu Miu, Rodarte, Prabal Gurung.
 
 

   

                                           
WHAT’S THE BIGGEST MISCONCEPTION ABOUT BEING A MOTHER? 
  
That it's magical, intuitive, a peak expression of womanhood. It can be that. But it can also be horrifically boring, depressing, and anticlimactic. 
 
 

  
FIRST THING YOU DO IN THE MORNING? 
 
Write in my journal for 15 minutes, even if I have nothing to say.
 
 

   
LAST THING YOU DO AT NIGHT? 
 
 
Put my Invisalign in! I’m so good about it, I’m really proud of myself and need the world to know. And I read. I’m a book a week type of girl.
   
 

  
YOUR DREAM DINNER PARTY? 
 
Karl Lagerfeld, Joan Didion, Maya Angelou, Picasso, Ed and Dana Ruscha, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Rihanna.
   
 

  
FAVORITE MOVIE? 
 
“Moulin Rouge,” “The Shining,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” and “Manhattan.”
 
 

   
BOOK YOU’D RE-READ? 
 
“The Bell Jar,” 100x. “Valley of the Dolls,” 1000x.
 
 

   
HOW DO YOU DEFINE BEAUTY? 
 
Let’s not f**k around, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell define aesthetic beauty for me. BUT, seeing the beauty in everyone is a worthwhile skill to hone. And there absolutely is beauty in everyone, especially in women who are empowered and make the most of whatever they’ve got to project the image of themselves that they believe in out into the world. I worship any woman who is brave enough to follow her instincts and show the world who she is.
 
 

  
WHAT’S YOUR BEST BEAUTY SECRET? 
 
Eyelash perms.
 
 

   
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE? 
 
Hyperbolically feminine and as short as is legal minus another inch.
 
 

   
FAVORITE FASHION ERA OF ALL TIME?
 
1970s, duh.
 
 

  
WHAT TREND DO YOU MOST REGRET? 
 
I only regret haircuts.
 
 

   
WHAT WAS YOUR STYLE AS A TEENAGER? 
 
Way too similar to my style now! It was very “Clueless” but with a sprinkle of early Britney.
 
 

   
BEST THING YOU’VE BOUGHT ON MODA? 
 
I’ve never gone wrong on Moda! Hot tip: it's the best place to buy Rodarte, which I adore.
 
 

   
DESIGNER(S) THAT GET YOU?
 
Miu Miu, Rodarte, Prabal Gurung.
 
 

   

                                           
WHAT’S THE BIGGEST MISCONCEPTION ABOUT BEING A MOTHER? 
  
That it's magical, intuitive, a peak expression of womanhood. It can be that. But it can also be horrifically boring, depressing, and anticlimactic. 
 
 

  
FIRST THING YOU DO IN THE MORNING? 
 
Write in my journal for 15 minutes, even if I have nothing to say.
 
 

   
LAST THING YOU DO AT NIGHT? 
 
 
Put my Invisalign in! I’m so good about it, I’m really proud of myself and need the world to know. And I read. I’m a book a week type of girl.
   
 

  
YOUR DREAM DINNER PARTY? 
 
Karl Lagerfeld, Joan Didion, Maya Angelou, Picasso, Ed and Dana Ruscha, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Rihanna.
   
 

  
FAVORITE MOVIE? 
 
“Moulin Rouge,” “The Shining,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” and “Manhattan.”
 
 

   
BOOK YOU’D RE-READ? 
 
“The Bell Jar,” 100x. “Valley of the Dolls,” 1000x.
 
 

   
HOW DO YOU DEFINE BEAUTY? 
 
Let’s not f**k around, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell define aesthetic beauty for me. BUT, seeing the beauty in everyone is a worthwhile skill to hone. And there absolutely is beauty in everyone, especially in women who are empowered and make the most of whatever they’ve got to project the image of themselves that they believe in out into the world. I worship any woman who is brave enough to follow her instincts and show the world who she is.
 
 

  
WHAT’S YOUR BEST BEAUTY SECRET? 
 
Eyelash perms.
 
 

   
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE? 
 
Hyperbolically feminine and as short as is legal minus another inch.
 
 

   
FAVORITE FASHION ERA OF ALL TIME?
 
1970s, duh.
 
 

  
WHAT TREND DO YOU MOST REGRET? 
 
I only regret haircuts.
 
 

   
WHAT WAS YOUR STYLE AS A TEENAGER? 
 
Way too similar to my style now! It was very “Clueless” but with a sprinkle of early Britney.
 
 

   
BEST THING YOU’VE BOUGHT ON MODA? 
 
I’ve never gone wrong on Moda! Hot tip: it's the best place to buy Rodarte, which I adore.
 
 

   
DESIGNER(S) THAT GET YOU?
 
Miu Miu, Rodarte, Prabal Gurung.
 
 

   

                                           
WHAT’S THE BIGGEST MISCONCEPTION ABOUT BEING A MOTHER? 
  
That it's magical, intuitive, a peak expression of womanhood. It can be that. But it can also be horrifically boring, depressing, and anticlimactic. 
 
 

  
FIRST THING YOU DO IN THE MORNING? 
 
Write in my journal for 15 minutes, even if I have nothing to say.
 
 

   
LAST THING YOU DO AT NIGHT? 
 
 
Put my Invisalign in! I’m so good about it, I’m really proud of myself and need the world to know. And I read. I’m a book a week type of girl.
   
 

  
YOUR DREAM DINNER PARTY? 
 
Karl Lagerfeld, Joan Didion, Maya Angelou, Picasso, Ed and Dana Ruscha, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Rihanna.
   
 

  
FAVORITE MOVIE? 
 
“Moulin Rouge,” “The Shining,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” and “Manhattan.”
 
 

   
BOOK YOU’D RE-READ? 
 
“The Bell Jar,” 100x. “Valley of the Dolls,” 1000x.
 
 

   
HOW DO YOU DEFINE BEAUTY? 
 
Let’s not f**k around, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell define aesthetic beauty for me. BUT, seeing the beauty in everyone is a worthwhile skill to hone. And there absolutely is beauty in everyone, especially in women who are empowered and make the most of whatever they’ve got to project the image of themselves that they believe in out into the world. I worship any woman who is brave enough to follow her instincts and show the world who she is.
 
 

  
WHAT’S YOUR BEST BEAUTY SECRET? 
 
Eyelash perms.
 
 

   
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE? 
 
Hyperbolically feminine and as short as is legal minus another inch.
 
 

   
FAVORITE FASHION ERA OF ALL TIME?
 
1970s, duh.
 
 

  
WHAT TREND DO YOU MOST REGRET? 
 
I only regret haircuts.
 
 

   
WHAT WAS YOUR STYLE AS A TEENAGER? 
 
Way too similar to my style now! It was very “Clueless” but with a sprinkle of early Britney.
 
 

   
BEST THING YOU’VE BOUGHT ON MODA? 
 
I’ve never gone wrong on Moda! Hot tip: it's the best place to buy Rodarte, which I adore.
 
 

   
DESIGNER(S) THAT GET YOU?
 
Miu Miu, Rodarte, Prabal Gurung.
 
 

   

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Sarah Hoover standing in her home in a Bernadette Antwerp dress
                                           
SHOES OR HANDBAGS? 
  
Shoes for sure! You have to wear them. Handbags are optional. You really just need a pocket (sorry that’s bad for biz). 
 
 

  
WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE? 
 
I can’t believe you had to ask when it would clearly be a young Daryl Hannah with the hair from “Splash.”
 
 

   
SOMETHING SOMEONE DOESN’T KNOW ABOUT YOU? 
 
 
I’m not sure such a thing exists.
   
 

  
SOMETHING EVERYONE KNOWS ABOUT YOU? 
 
I believe in transparency.
   
 

  
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE VIRTUE? 
 
Honesty.
 
 

   
WHAT DO YOU REALLY DISLIKE? 
 
Liars and social climbers.
 
 

    
FOR WHAT FAULT DO YOU HAVE THE MOST TOLERATION? 
 
 
Insecurity.
 
 

  
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF HAPPINESS? 
 
Laughing with my family.
 
 

   
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF MISERY? 
 
I hate being lonely and cold; to be truthful I have so many fears and miseries in my head but to say them out loud feels too scary. So let’s go with lonely and cold.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST BEAUTIFUL?
 
To be honest, I very rarely feel beautiful in my life. I wish I knew what it felt like to be a supermodel. I mostly feel acceptably pulled together at my best.
 
 

  
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST EMPOWERED? 
 
In a room full of women.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST INTELLIGENT? 
 
When I’m speaking to someone about one of the subjects I’m most informed in.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST APPRECIATED? 
 
When I’m feeding my kid, dog, or husband.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST LOVED?
 
When I’m putting my son to bed.
   
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST YOURSELF?
 
When I’m out to a beautiful dinner with my girlfriends, and we are a little bit drunk and talking about serious stuff. And I have a blowout.
 

 

    
HOW DO YOU HOPE TO BE REMEMBERED?
 
I hope my tombstone is huge and gaudy and says she was the most fun at every party.
 
 



  
I don’t wear perfume, I don’t like perfume, I like smelling like nothing.”

SARAH HOOVER
 
 


   
                                           
SHOES OR HANDBAGS? 
  
Shoes for sure! You have to wear them. Handbags are optional. You really just need a pocket (sorry that’s bad for biz). 
 
 

  
WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE? 
 
I can’t believe you had to ask when it would clearly be a young Daryl Hannah with the hair from “Splash.”
 
 

   
SOMETHING SOMEONE DOESN’T KNOW ABOUT YOU? 
 
 
I’m not sure such a thing exists.
   
 

  
SOMETHING EVERYONE KNOWS ABOUT YOU? 
 
I believe in transparency.
   
 

  
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE VIRTUE? 
 
Honesty.
 
 

   
WHAT DO YOU REALLY DISLIKE? 
 
Liars and social climbers.
 
 

    
FOR WHAT FAULT DO YOU HAVE THE MOST TOLERATION? 
 
 
Insecurity.
 
 

  
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF HAPPINESS? 
 
Laughing with my family.
 
 

   
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF MISERY? 
 
I hate being lonely and cold; to be truthful I have so many fears and miseries in my head but to say them out loud feels too scary. So let’s go with lonely and cold.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST BEAUTIFUL?
 
To be honest, I very rarely feel beautiful in my life. I wish I knew what it felt like to be a supermodel. I mostly feel acceptably pulled together at my best.
 
 

  
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST EMPOWERED? 
 
In a room full of women.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST INTELLIGENT? 
 
When I’m speaking to someone about one of the subjects I’m most informed in.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST APPRECIATED? 
 
When I’m feeding my kid, dog, or husband.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST LOVED?
 
When I’m putting my son to bed.
   
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST YOURSELF?
 
When I’m out to a beautiful dinner with my girlfriends, and we are a little bit drunk and talking about serious stuff. And I have a blowout.
 

 

    
HOW DO YOU HOPE TO BE REMEMBERED?
 
I hope my tombstone is huge and gaudy and says she was the most fun at every party.
 
 



  
I don’t wear perfume, I don’t like perfume, I like smelling like nothing.”

SARAH HOOVER
 
 


   
                                           
SHOES OR HANDBAGS? 
  
Shoes for sure! You have to wear them. Handbags are optional. You really just need a pocket (sorry that’s bad for biz). 
 
 

  
WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE? 
 
I can’t believe you had to ask when it would clearly be a young Daryl Hannah with the hair from “Splash.”
 
 

   
SOMETHING SOMEONE DOESN’T KNOW ABOUT YOU? 
 
 
I’m not sure such a thing exists.
   
 

  
SOMETHING EVERYONE KNOWS ABOUT YOU? 
 
I believe in transparency.
   
 

  
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE VIRTUE? 
 
Honesty.
 
 

   
WHAT DO YOU REALLY DISLIKE? 
 
Liars and social climbers.
 
 

    
FOR WHAT FAULT DO YOU HAVE THE MOST TOLERATION? 
 
 
Insecurity.
 
 

  
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF HAPPINESS? 
 
Laughing with my family.
 
 

   
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF MISERY? 
 
I hate being lonely and cold; to be truthful I have so many fears and miseries in my head but to say them out loud feels too scary. So let’s go with lonely and cold.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST BEAUTIFUL?
 
To be honest, I very rarely feel beautiful in my life. I wish I knew what it felt like to be a supermodel. I mostly feel acceptably pulled together at my best.
 
 

  
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST EMPOWERED? 
 
In a room full of women.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST INTELLIGENT? 
 
When I’m speaking to someone about one of the subjects I’m most informed in.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST APPRECIATED? 
 
When I’m feeding my kid, dog, or husband.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST LOVED?
 
When I’m putting my son to bed.
   
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST YOURSELF?
 
When I’m out to a beautiful dinner with my girlfriends, and we are a little bit drunk and talking about serious stuff. And I have a blowout.
 
 

    
HOW DO YOU HOPE TO BE REMEMBERED?
 
I hope my tombstone is huge and gaudy and says she was the most fun at every party.
 
 



  
I don’t wear perfume, I don’t like perfume, I like smelling like nothing.”

SARAH HOOVER
 
 


   
                                           
SHOES OR HANDBAGS? 
  
Shoes for sure! You have to wear them. Handbags are optional. You really just need a pocket (sorry that’s bad for biz). 
 
 

  
WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE? 
 
I can’t believe you had to ask when it would clearly be a young Daryl Hannah with the hair from “Splash.”
 
 

   
SOMETHING SOMEONE DOESN’T KNOW ABOUT YOU? 
 
 
I’m not sure such a thing exists.
   
 

  
SOMETHING EVERYONE KNOWS ABOUT YOU? 
 
I believe in transparency.
   
 

  
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE VIRTUE? 
 
Honesty.
 
 

   
WHAT DO YOU REALLY DISLIKE? 
 
Liars and social climbers.
 
 

    
FOR WHAT FAULT DO YOU HAVE THE MOST TOLERATION? 
 
 
Insecurity.
 
 

  
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF HAPPINESS? 
 
Laughing with my family.
 
 

   
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF MISERY? 
 
I hate being lonely and cold; to be truthful I have so many fears and miseries in my head but to say them out loud feels too scary. So let’s go with lonely and cold.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST BEAUTIFUL?
 
To be honest, I very rarely feel beautiful in my life. I wish I knew what it felt like to be a supermodel. I mostly feel acceptably pulled together at my best.
 
 

  
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST EMPOWERED? 
 
In a room full of women.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST INTELLIGENT? 
 
When I’m speaking to someone about one of the subjects I’m most informed in.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST APPRECIATED? 
 
When I’m feeding my kid, dog, or husband.
 
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST LOVED?
 
When I’m putting my son to bed.
   
 

   
WHEN DO YOU FEEL MOST YOURSELF?
 
When I’m out to a beautiful dinner with my girlfriends, and we are a little bit drunk and talking about serious stuff. And I have a blowout.
 
 

    
HOW DO YOU HOPE TO BE REMEMBERED?
 
I hope my tombstone is huge and gaudy and says she was the most fun at every party.
 
 



  
I don’t wear perfume, I don’t like perfume, I like smelling like nothing.”

SARAH HOOVER