We scouted and found a concierge agency that will give you access to the most coveted parties, holiday destinations and the like, without wasting much of your time. Called Music and Commerce, it is a New York-based agency. Part of the larger company, Private Client Services is headed by business partners John Aduna and Marc David.
We got John Aduna who has travelled the world for over 20 years in pursuit of the extraordinary to tell us about emerging trends in travel and what the high net worth folks are looking for
What is luxury to you?
Luxury is an effortless elegance and an appreciation of quality.
How has the notion of luxury changed over the last decade?
In the past luxury leaned towards material possessions. Now, luxury has shifted to experiences and travel.
In terms of dining, what are jet setters looking for? Where can you find the same?
Jet setters are looking for something unique that will tantalize their evolved palettes. Some of our favorite restaurants across the globe include Asiate in New York, Bazaar in Los Angeles, Le Meurice in Paris and Caprice in Tokyo.
Asiate in New York. Image via Mandarin Oriental
Which are the most sought-after holiday destinations this season?
Many of our clients are traveling to the Middle East to cities like Doha. There has been a renewed interest in the Middle East since it is the next big business epicenter after Asia.
When picking out holiday destinations, what are top five necessities your clients look for?
2. Ease of access for private jets and yachts
3. Amenities and services
5. Great dining and nightlife options
Louvre in Paris. Image courtesy: Reuters
Which restaurants and vacation destinations fit the must-visit category?
Everyone should dine at Le Bernardin at least once in the lifetime and take a trip to Pyramids of Giza, The Great Barrier Reef in Australia and of course the Louvre in Paris.
What's your advice if one wants to travel billionaire-style?
Charter a private jet. We can help you with that.
Music and Commerce is a luxury private concierge.
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