The most fabulous brands of the world often have a piece of their history related to eastern European countries. While composers such as Chopin, dancers such as Baryshnikov, or institutions such as the Theatre Kirov in Saint-Petersburg revealed the wonderful poetry of the east to a fascinated western world, other talent from Prague, Warsaw, Bratislava, Bucharest, or Moscow have contributed to the rise of prestigious brand names.
With its artists, its aristocrats, its know-how, and its hand-craft traditions, the east has on numerous occasions taken part in the advent of luxury in the west – an exchange of old cultures just like Europe.
In 1912 in Nice, on the Promenade des Anglais, the Rumanian man Negresco built a palace in which he amassed the largest fortunes of the planet and contributed in making the French Riviera one of the esteemed places of world luxury. The engineer Ferdinand Porsche was born in Maffersdorf in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The Frenchman Louis Vuitton, by creating a line of high-priced luggage with flat lids, seduced many great travelers and accompanied sultans, maharajas, kings, and tsars on their long journeys and asserted himself as a pre-eminent figure in the art of travel.
It was a crystal from the land of Bohemia, which upon arriving in Boston, turned blue through a chemical reaction – a blue which became the symbol of wealth, the house brand of the Ritz Carlton. Swiss watches of Patek Philippe were born from the talent of two Polish immigrants, whose first creations were inspired by themes from Polish history.
In 1860, when Berthold Kempinski opened a wineshop in Breslau (Poland) along with his brother, he laid the foundations of a chain that promised a spectacular future in the international hotel business. The Kempinski brand today represents the oldest European collection of luxury hotels: Baltschug in Moscow, Moika 22 on the Place de l’Hermitage in Saint-Petersburg, and other sumptuous palaces in Prague, Budapest, Sofia and Slovenia, Slovakia, and Croatia.
In homage to the odyssey of his grandparents, the romantic Slovakian pair of immigrants who were in Paris during les années folles, who knew how to transmit from across the iron curtain the codes, tastes, high lifestyle, and elegance of the west, Radoslav Radosa has founded the Radosa Luxury Business Group: a very select club with its headquarters in Paris on the Avenue des Champs-Elysées, on the fifth floor of the Louis Vuitton building.
Radosa offers his partners of luxury goods and services a privileged space of meeting with the market high-net-worth individual of emerging countries. With his in-depth knowledge of the needs of these new customers, Radosa is positioned at the center of a network, which makes him an ideal liaison with the providers of luxury on a world-wide stage.
Which manufacturers of luxury, which hotels and resorts, eager to encounter the élite of the emerging countries and to understand their tastes, dreams, and their requirements, will very soon become part of the Radosa network?
RADOSA is a club for private jet travelers, super yacht owners, and other high-net-worth individuals from eastern Europe, Russia, and the Middle East – considered as the most elegant link between global brand names of luxury and the new élite of travelers. Are you among the best of the best? Submit your application on www.radosa.com/membership or by tel. +3356529478 or by email: email@example.com.