In this episode, Charlie Roberts, part of the fourth generation of the founders' family, discusses a painting by American folk artist Kathy Jacobsen. The picture belonged to his late grandmother, Dot, who was Echo's CEO for many years and long before the age of #girlboss.
During her visit with Populuxe, Aida shared her memories of a beautiful luncheon at the Parisian Ritz and left us dreaming of amuse bouche, canapés, and pigeon au floc.
Listen to this episode to savor luxury in the presence of the Daughter of Sun. (Hint: Her identity will be revealed early on but keep listening!)
“Luxury is to know where you come from,” the entrepreneur and young mother of three utters while reminiscing of the many times her family had to relocate although, admittedly, without the pain or stress that marks the experience of refugees. For Sarah, a daughter, who has internalized the generational narratives of a multicultural background, and a mother, who faces the inevitability of a partial erasure of precious cultural elements that are the hardest to transmit to her kids and their kids, “luxury is [synonymous with having a] home.”