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Robb Report September 2018

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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let there be light

STORY OF THE MONTH From Game Roomto Gallery Blue-chip artists have turned to virtual reality to create edgy new works on view this month. 11% A safari on the Skeleton Coast 55% Cruising the Northeast Passage 24% Flying underwater in the Maldives 10% Vacationing in space READER SURVEY RESULTS Which adventure is at the top of your bucket list? Our readers revealed a penchant for aquatic adventures, choosing a cruise of the Northeast Passage over a space holiday by a wide margin. 10 Essential Pieces to Add to Your Wardrobe The Season’s Sharpest Suits New Footwear to Lace Up for Fall The Bogart by Borsalino Fedora Is the Ultimate Autumn Accessory Meet the New Creative Directors Bringing…

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social standing

Instagram @robbreport Bentley’s 2019 Mulsanne W.O. Edition inspired miles of smiles (and shares). Facebook Hanging this Pagani supercar in a Miami condo fired up both approval and ire. Twitter @robbreport Foodies ate up our post on the 30 most influential restaurants of the last 30 years. ■…

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the high five

Ming Tsai’s Guide to Dining in Boston Agg Has Spent a Decade Defining Toronto Dining How Kazunori Nozawa Built a Legendary Sushi Bar Downfall of a Celebrity Chef The Popularity of Israeli Food in America Began with Michael Solomonov ■…

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editor’s letter

So hello. I’m the new guy. And it’s a real honor—and an even greater pleasure—for me to be here, in New York, as the new editor in chief of Robb Report. I’ve been coming to this city regularly for 20 years, so when I got an e-mail asking if I would like to be considered for the role, the chance to live and work here was just too good to turn down. Cut to five months later, and my wife and one-year-old son and I have taken up residence, legal aliens in the land of the free. But I feel like I’ve been in the Robb family for a little while: I was the founding editor of the British edition of Robb Report some years ago and…

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perfect 10

1 SINGULAR VISION HUSQVARNA VITPILEN 701 “Vitpilen is Swedish for ‘white arrow,’ and in this case that arrow is a thoroughly modern motorcycle from a company with 115 years of history. It’s a naked bike that is functional, practical, and made for purists like me. It doesn’t get any more elemental than putting a liquid-cooled, 700 cc single-cylinder engine into a lightweight trellis frame. Such simplicity in a world of needless complexity has genuine appeal.” —ROBERT ROSS (2: ANDREA CHIESI) 2 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS HOMO FABER EXHIBITION “Even Virgos need a day off, and mine will be spent in Venice, where the Michelangelo Foundation presents Homo Faber: Crafting a More Human Future (September 14–30). This showcase is all about live artisan demonstrations, where everything from European jewelry and lace-making to…

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creative class

If you have been to a sophisticated restaurant or luxury hotel or visited a theater production or public space in the last 30 years, then you know David Rockwell. Innovator and architect, he has perfected a rare kind of cultural resonance, creating spaces that pulse with narrative and purpose but don’t rely on surface-level dramatics. From high-end residences to retail settings, the effect is layered and indelible. To that end, he’s both a collector and curator of experience: “Much like a play, where you’re collaborating with a group of people to create this intense memory for an audience, for me, design is about creating memories. When I go around the world, what I’m collecting is different things that create these memories—and that becomes like a bank of things we…