Growing up in 45 countries gave Roy Luwolt a global perspective on style

Roy Luwolt
Today we speak to Malone Souliers co-founder Roy Luwolt:

As a child of American diplomats, Roy spent his childhood in over forty-five countries, giving him a unique perspective on both business and world affairs, particularly with regards to the nuances and dynamics of consumer behavior.

On graduating from the revered Eli Broad College of Business in Michigan State, Roy began his career as a luxury brand strategist, working with leading global corporations in both fashion and finance to bring thorough-leadership and accountability to their products, brands, and campaigns.

As Managing Director, Roy brings his panoply of international experience- garnered at organizations including ABC television, Young & Rubicam and WPP- and a keen understanding of luxury to the launch and expansion of the women’s shoe brand Malone Souliers.

As for his personal style:

Jeans: Faith Connexion

Shirts: Haider Ackermann

Pants: Juun J.

Suits: Yohji Yamamoto

Shoes: Berluti

Hats: my hair.

Rings: bespoke and scavenged necklaces from across the globe.

Sunglasses: Thom Browne

Outerwear: Burberry Prorsum

Favorite Cologne: Le Labo Thé Noir 29

Your favorite App: Whatsapp

Favorite piece of technology: The Cube

Next tech purchase:  Private Humidor

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