Sara Vestin Rahmani in the Guardian again

28th January 2014
The Guardian

Sara Vestin Rahmani in the Guardian again

Our owner Sara Vestin Rahmani gets a call from Guardian again to comment on the rich and their habits.

Sara Vestin Rahmani in the Guardian again

Sara Vestin Rahmani – served by Butler

Quotes in the Guardian by Sara Vestin Rahmani

For other rich people, however, feeling like a royal is part of the point of being wealthy. Sara Vestin Rahmani, owner of the Bespoke Bureau, an agency that supplies domestic staff, and herself an employer of servants, agrees that rich clients do become deskilled after years of being waited on. “Although,” she adds, “it wouldn’t be recognised as a problem unless they become poor … I’m not a good driver, and I’ve opted to have somebody drive me so I would be safer. If I had to jump in the driver’s seat that would not be a good thing.”

Sara Vestin Rahmani – Why people need domestic staff

Certainly, when it comes to the menial business of the household, she finds little appetite for mucking in. “Definitely, clients wouldn’t know how to operate their own washing machines and dishwashers, and they typically don’t know how to operate their own security systems,” she says. “You know who to call, be it your butler or your housekeeper or your PA, but you do become a bit of a child.”

Sara Vestin Rahmani in the Guardian again

Sara Vestin Rahmani – received by butler when she comes home

And children, as we know, can be unreasonable. “Last week,” Vestin Rahmani says, “we had one of our Russian clients get rid of his chauffeur because the chauffeur wouldn’t speed him to the airport at 100 miles an hour.” I suppose that’s one nice thing about the secret service.

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