The Design Issue Is Here

This bold newcomer will see you through the frayed ‘new normal’ that’s come to cloak much of the country.

By Robb Report 18/08/2020

Introducing our latest issue – a heady and alluring examination of contemporary design and the best in luxury motoring, horology, style, technology, boating, interiors and much more.

In a rare and honest interview, lauded Australian industrial designer Marc Newson sets out his vision for the future while we also chat to acclaimed former Aston Martin and Jaguar motoring designer, Ian Callum, about his eponymous new design studio and million dollar reinterpretation of the Vanquish.

Elsewhere, seasonal fashion and suiting’s new sartorial guard mix with a luxury Australian ski label you need to know, so too a Melbourne bicycle atelier designing bespoke machines that eclipse what’s offered across Europe and the US.

Become lost in our luxury ANZ travel special – packed with unique experiences, heightened properties and exclusive Robb Report offers – understand scarcity’s maintained dominance of purchasing, see 2020’s best new timepieces, set sail on boating’s super future, strap into a local review of Lamborghini’s Huracan Evo and explore Learjet’s first delivery in seven years.

The ‘design’ issue is available on select newsstands from this Thursday, August 6, or purchase now via the below links. In fact, new Robb Report subscribers not only receive the country’s best luxury magazine delivered direct to their door (and preferred device) four times a year, but have the chance to win an exclusive prize package from Espresso Company Australia (valued at more than $9500).

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