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Polo & Tweed
The Voice of Luxury
Lucy Challenger is the voice of luxury. Her clientele list includes Royalty, Celebrities, and High Net Worth Families around the world. Lucy is the CEO and Founder of Polo & Tweed. When COVID-19 hit the world, Lucy wanted to start a series of podcasts that gave a platform to both industry professionals and expert voices in the fascinating world she worked in Lucy’s podcast brings together leading professionals in the luxury industry, but also in areas which Lucy feels passionate about - from adoptive parents to luxury handbags and celebrity hair, join us for Season 2 on The Voice of Luxury
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 24 ratings
Klaus
Great interviews. Entertaining and informative Well done!
jkm kam via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/21/21
I love listening to these voices in different industry jobs. So interesting like a fly on the wall & a great opportunity for people wanting a new career
Canthave k via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/17/21
Experts
Not sure how Lucy found all the experts but you cannot fail to learn something from each one, well done and roll on season 2 👏🏻
Sammy777999 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/28/21
Recent Episodes
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Published 05/19/21
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Published 05/12/21
Liza is a movement specialist from Athens, Greece. Liza shares her passion for and knowledge of dance, health, and movement, and how the Olympics of 1974 in Montreal inspired the very start of her career.
Published 05/05/21
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