How Cole and Kelsea Moscatel Are Cultivating an Aspirational Luxury Lifestyle

by Amir Bakian

Internationally renowned power couple and fashion week darlings, Cole and Kelsea Moscatel, are must-know names for any glitz and glamour connoisseur. The globe-trotting pair have developed a cult following on social media, and are beloved for their wide variety of luxurious and aspirational content. From traveling the world with sons Zayden and Enzo via private jet or yacht, to their viral runway moments with designers such as Phillip Plein, Cole and Kelsea have made their permanent mark on fashion, entertainment, and real estate. Cole, a tycoon in his own right, has grown and furthered his company through strategic business moves and power plays that have elevated the Moscatel name.


Cole and Kelsea have taken their expert understand of high society, and monetized their craft with the birth of their company, Snob World, a luxury travel concierge service catering to the rich and famous, any and all who have a taste for the finer things in life, and want their wishes granted with excellence every stop of the way. The Moscatel’s team of pros have made the impossible a reality, and curated unforgettable moments for their top tier clients around the world.

At the helm of the company are the young power couple, who run various other businesses, mind you. While they’re not signing deals in board rooms or vacationing in tropical and exclusive destinations, the duo are posing for elite covers of magazines ranging from Elle, Cosmopolitan, Maxim, Harper’s Bazaar, and more.


Their list of accolades continues – Cole and Kelsea, well aware of the public interest in their lifestyle, is redeveloping a reality services that will allow their fans the opportunity to know who they really are, what they stand for, how they are raising their children, and what really means the most to the Moscatels. Viewers can also expect meaningful business lessons from the twosome, who are continuing to build an empire, and a lasting legacy.

Presented by: Tom White

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