Introducing The Autumn Issue

The future never looked so good – inside our latest standout edition.

By Robb Report 08/03/2021

Don’t look back.

That’s the central theme of our heady new autumn issue – which embraces the future and lands on selected newsstands from Monday, March 1.

Beyond luxury’s latest, we dive into the surging desire to extend life amongst the Silicon Valley set and learn where such advancements are taking things. We also sit down with designer Stella McCartney, among others, to talk fashion’s necessary forward thinking when it comes to longevity, and we ride into the future with a dedicated look at luxury travel, personal health, technology and more.

Autumn Preview

While there are no flying cars per se, expect certain lift-off with our exclusive reviews of McLaren’s 765LT,  Mercedes’ AMG GTR Pro (at Phillip Island, no less) and Lamborghini’s Huracan Evo Spyder, among others.

We also head for an exclusive Tasmanian sojourn via helicopter, deliver the best in autumnal style and scent, find adventure amongst the slew of new sports timepieces and also delve into the return of the grand complication.

Then there’s Andy Warhol’s impressive watch collection, the rise of volcanic wines and time spent with Team New Zealand ahead of next week’s highly anticipated America’s Cup final. 

This is but a meagre sample of what sits within – so make sure you don’t miss out on what is another standout issue of Robb Report ANZ.

Better still, become an annual subscriber (just $75) and enjoy Australia and New Zealand’s only award-winning luxury title delivered direct to your door.

The ‘Future’ Issue is on sale (selected newsstands) from Monday, March 1.

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