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15th Edition of the Polish Businesswoman Awards Gala. Warsaw, March 25, 2022

April 04, 2022

15th Edition of the Polish Businesswoman Awards Gala. Warsaw, March 25, 2022

Royal Militare brand inspired by equestrian, history and royal gala uniforms, become a leader in the market of exclusive brands. It’s been fifteenth edition of the Polish Businesswoman Awards Gala which took place on March 25, 2022 in Warsaw. The gala was hosted by Jacek Borkowski and the guests were welcomed by Elżbieta Jeznach - editor-in-chief of the "Businesswoman & life" magazine. The ceremonial gala began with a fantastic performance by violinist Ilona Perz-Golka (Ylo Violin).

The elegant event graced the presence of Polish business and media stars, incl. International Peace Ambassador, Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha, journalist Magdalena Mołek, singer Edyta Górniak, one of the most famous fashion blogger Maffashion and journalist Krzysztof Ibisz. During the gala, an auction was held for abandoned children from orphanages in Ukraine.

The boutique fashion & jewerly brand Royal Militare created by Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha won in the "Leader in the market of exclusive clothing brands" category.

Royal Militare is a luxury fashion brand which is the result of the unique mariage between modern luxury fashion and fashion through centuries, royal design, equestrian fashion traditions, aviation & gala uniforms.

The exclusive brand was also appreciated by the global Forbes, Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha was on the cover as a one of the “30 under 30”.

“Art was always my great passion. I created thousands of drawings. I never followed the latest fashions, but I always followed my intuition and taste. I found my inspiration in history, equestrian, culture, and art. First I started to create clothes just for myself, but then surprisingly for me, it appeared that many others who I esteem appreciate them as well. That is how Royal Militare started. I was preparing it for several years." - said Princess Angelika, founder of Royal Militare.

Chateau d'Ermenonville, France. Princess Angelika preparing the collection inspired by Napoleon Bonaparte. Photo Kitty Cohen

The Royal Militare collections are inspired by the ceremonial uniforms, by equestrian, military, aviation, and fashion history over the centuries. Thanks to high quality natural fabrics, they are timeless and durable, truly ecological. Each project is designed and sketched by Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha. She finds her inspiration in history, culture and art. History of the Royal Militare brand is based on a long-standing passion for history, art, equestrian and aviation.

Royal Militare is designed by Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha. Each piece is unique, created with love and done from the exquisite, natural materials - silk, velvet, jacquards, chiffon & cashmir.

The bicentenary of Napoleon Bonaparte Collection

The bicentenary of Napoleon Bonaparte collection is inspired by one of the most important figures in French and international history and by the fascinating time of his reign. Napoleon Bonaparte not only made history but also created himself. He was the director of life, not just its actor.

Each of the jackets, designed by Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha, has been handcrafted from the finest materials, such as natural velvet and the highest quality jacquard. The exclusive collection signed on the occasion of Napoleon’s anniversary is unique. The centuries-old Chateau d’Ermenonville, situated just outside Paris, has always had a special place in the history of France. Its chambers hosted such notables as King Louis XI of France, King Henri IV, Marie Antoinette, King Gustav III, Benjamin Franklin, Maximilian Robespierre, Georges Jacques Danton, and Napoleon I Bonaparte often hunted rabbits in the castle park.

The castle Chateau d’Ermenonville, where the fates of the most outstanding figures throughout history have crossed and the ideas shaping the shape of Europe were born, became the site of the exhibition of the Royal Militare collection, created especially for the celebration of the bicentenary of the death of Napoleon Bonaparte.

The grand ball at the Chateau d’Ermenonville was also enriched by an extraordinary exhibition of original saddles and accessories from the Napoleonic Wars period from the private collection of horse riding master Mario Luraschi. The ball was held under the honorary patronage of Princess Angelika Ewa Jarosławska Sapieha.

For more information, please visit official website of Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha: www.angelikajaroslawskasapieha.com

More info about Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha

HSH Princess Angelika Ewa Jarosławska Sapieha. International Peace Ambassador, philanthropist, businesswoman. CEO of Royal Militare. The Princess is the initiator of the ’One Mine, One Life’ global movement and campaign for a mine-free world. Patron of the Cambodia Landmine Museum, Cambodian Self Help Demining, Landmine Relief Fund. Roots of Peace. Honorary Ambassador and member of the Polish Peace Corps, with whom she organized in 2019 over 800 tons of humanitarian aid for hospitals in Ukraine. She was chosen one of “30 before 30” by Forbes magazine. President of the Board of the Geopolitical Alliance of Women - an international organization established in Kiev, which works for peace and human rights. Member of the independent delegation Ukrainian women of the United Nations. Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha is the president of the board of the Royal Bridge Family Office, specialized, inter alia, in premium real estate and offering multi-level business support. Royal Bridge Family Office is a team of experienced lawyers specializing in the real estate market. Initiator and coordinator of economic projects that promote culture and history. In 2019 she received Saint Stanislaw’s Order established by Polish King Stanisław August Poniatowski for her contribution to culture and social activities. On September 30th, 2019 in Chennai, India, Peace Ambassador Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received an Honorary Award due to her continuous support to humanity. The former Blues Helmets meeting in Committee, awarded Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha with the Commemorative Medal of Peace.