The Summer Issue Is Here
Your summer reading list is now sorted – introducing our bright, hefty and, ahem, genuinely brilliant new issue.
It’s hard to miss our lavish and bold ‘Summer Issue’ – and there’s a wealth of reasons you really shouldn’t.
Sorting your holiday reading, and more, this hefty newcomer announces the season of fun and warmth with an in-depth look at the increasingly collectable work of Australian photographer George Byrne.
A Sydney boy with a talented eye, Byrne has made LA his own the last few years, proving the city more than a mess of concrete and ego, finding beauty in the everyday, turning the abstract into an artistic language that’s unique and immediately recognisable as his own.
Beyond rightly outing his fondness for Robb Report, we caught up with billionaire designer Tommy Hilfiger to also discuss the necessary role of failure in success – and to learn of the ongoing evolution and reinvention necessary to maintain a gilded position within this fickle industry.
We also deliver a first drive of Porche’s game-changing Taycan – a debut electric outing for the Germans and one that comes with more than a few appealing party tricks. Then there’s a deep dive into the 8.0-litre, W-16 Bugatti Centodieci, time on the water with Lexus as they explore the future of motoring far from land, and a peek at the highly-exclusive world of Ferrari’s F1 Corse Clienti, which can see you pegging a former Alonso or Schumacher stallion about international tracks.
We’re also proud to announce our 2019 Culinary Masters winners – the eight best young chefs in the country, as nominated by known and lauded industry peers. Then there’s the best seats to snare at the country’s finest new restaurants, a stay at Vietnam’s award-winning Four Seasons Resort Nam Hai, an exclusive and watery sojourn at Indonesia’s Bawah Reserve and the most anticipated luxury resort and hotel openings of 2020.
Elsewhere – Michael Clarke, the ‘new’ Aspen, all the latest and greatest in watch news and trends and a round-up of what to be wearing this season.
Robb Report ‘Summer Issue’ is available this week from selected newsstands – or, get yours delivered, and before everyone else, with an annual subscription (a rather strong gift idea too, we think).