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 / Luxury
Robb Report

Robb Report February 2019

Luxury Without Compromise. Every issue of Robb Report transports you into the world of luxury as never before! Delve beneath the surface to explore the thoughts and inspirations of the engineers, artisans and entrepreneurs behind the most sought after products, luxury escapes and services the world over. With in-depth looks at the next generation luxury automobiles…to world-class travel adventures..wines, spirits, collectibles and some much more.

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12 Issues


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on the web

The 21st Century’s Top Supercars So Far The millennium has introduced many phenomenal four-wheelers, but which ones will be remembered 100 years from now? robbreport.com/21stcenturysupercars Show Boating A slew of vessels sail into Miami and take over the town February 14 to 18 during two annual events: the Miami Yacht Show/ Superyacht Miami and the Progressive Miami International Boat Show. Bring your valentine, and don’t forget your checkbook. robbreport.com/miamishows The Strangest-Looking Planes Ever (That Actually Flew) In a field as relatively new as powered flight, engineers and designers have carte blanche to let their imaginations run wild. And we’ve got the pictures to prove it. Check out this collection of odd birds that all managed to achieve lift-off. robbreport.com/oddbirds Boston’s Hottest New Real Estate An insider’s look at new property in one of America’s oldest cities reveals…

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Matthieu Forichon Sharp-eyed regular readers may notice that this year’s cover illustration echoes that of our last Car of the Year issue. And that’s because, as Lamborghini was again victorious, creative director Robb Rice called upon the services of Forichon, who created our playful but elegant cover in 2018. “It’s been a great pleasure to revisit the last Car of the Year illustration,” says the French artist, who has also worked for Louis Vuitton and The Wall Street Journal. “We kept the same composition but updated it. Of course, the car has changed: As it’s an SUV, we’re now at the guy’s contemporary mountain lodge surrounded with pines. I really love winter, and the colors that lights and shadows create on the snow.” Robert Ross Automotive editorial consultant Robert Ross (“Car of the…

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editor’s letter

Welcome to a very special issue, our annual celebration of all things automotive. I know this is one of the high points of our year for many of you, as it’s where we test-drive the finest vehicles that are released in the coming 12 months, for the title of Car of the Year. It’s a unique event as, to the best of my knowledge, Robb Report remains the only publication that turns to its readers to be the judges for such a prestigious prize. The reason we do this is testament to a wider ideal: Everything we do at Robb Report is aimed at giving you, our discerning audience, the definitive commentary on aspects of the luxury lifestyle that impact you. And we know that car connoisseurship is something that unites many…

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Water World The billionaire cofounder of Cirque du Soleil likes to share. Guy Laliberté has been crashing at Nukutepipi, his private-island paradise in French Polynesia, for years. But this summer, he’ll start inviting guests (up to 52 of them) to take over his digs—including 18 accommodations, miles of secluded beaches, and a sailing outrigger for exploring the wide-open South Pacific—for more than $150,000 per night. The Plate as Palette Chicago native Mari Katsumura’s new fine-dining destination, Yugen, is an ode to her roots. She’s serving dishes inspired by the traditional Japanese food her family ate at home, inflected with her French culinary training. Katsumura—who was previously a pastry chef and earlier in her life wanted to be an artist—offers beautifully composed plates in her tasting menus, like this sashimi dish with Japanese citrus,…

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dominique crenn’s bay area

THOUGH HER ACCENT leaves no mistaking her French roots, Dominique Crenn has become inextricably linked to San Francisco. She arrived in the City by the Bay in the early ’90s, kick-starting her culinary career under the founding father of California cuisine, Jeremiah Tower. Since then, her adopted hometown has grown into a world culinary capital—a feat Crenn herself undoubtedly had something to do with. At her flagship Atelier Crenn, she has become the first woman in the United States to lead a restaurant to three Michelin stars; with Petit Crenn, she’s channeled her family’s cooking in Brittany; and at Bar Crenn, she has forged an ode to classic French gastronomy. But Crenn isn’t just a culinary powerhouse; she’s also a champion of her city’s singular dining scene. “It’s definitely a city…

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dominique crenn’s bay area bites

Jane “Of course, I’m French, so I like my bread and my chocolate croissant. Amanda Michael has Jane, which is where I go to get my croissant or patisserie. She has a few locations. It’s delicious, all of it. I love what she does.” (itsjane.com) Mourad “This is an amazing place where you can discover the soul of a chef. [Mourad Lahlou] is bringing to the table his Moroccan roots in ways that are a little more refined. The flavors are amazing, especially his chicken and couscous. I just feel so at home here.” (mouradsf.com) Foreign Cinema “[Gayle Pirie] has created this very San Francisco restaurant in the Mission where it’s seasonal, farm-to-table, and fun—but then you can also watch old movies. I go there all the time and sit at the bar, but my…