Nora Sarman was born to a dynasty of bridal salon owners in a Central-European gemstone, Budapest, Hungary, where she designs her bridal and evening gowns. Only a few pieces are manufactured of each model, and she has an active role in the whole process whenever a dress is made – her presence and devotion make her creations truly unique. She uses classic materials of high quality: tulle made from Italian silk, organza, muslin, and her trademark French lace all make her gowns exceptional and immensely romantic. In her collections, she rediscovers femininity through the heroines of myths, legends, and artworks. Her dresses are as mysterious as a fairytale.
Nora Sarman graduated from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2010, her wedding dress collection won the Rector's Award for the best degree work. The topic she chose was not unfamiliar, as her grandmother’s profession was also creating wedding dresses. In 2005, Nora took part in an internship at one of Europe’s leading bridal fashion houses in Paris, the design office of Cymbeline. The dress she designed traveled the runways of Paris, Milan and Barcelona. In 2009, she was a student at the London College of Fashion for six months as an Erasmus Fellow. The first collection of the Nora Sarman brand was made for the Autumn-Winter 2011 Season. In 2013, she received the Elle Young Talent Award from Elle Magazine in the Fashion Designer category. His beautiful creations have also graced the Oscar red carpet on the protagonists of the film Sing.