Speed can be habit forming, and motorists who overindulge in the ecstasies of acceleration are apt to meet the same peculiar fat
"Reasonable people adapt themselves to the world,” observed George Bernard Shaw.
The following Robb Report readers were among the guests who joined the magazine’s editors and writers in driving, evaluating, and
It is a blazingly clear winter night in Southern California, and on the private terrace at the Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills, a
Margo Petitti was working toward her degree in landscape architecture when a friend in the men’s tailored clothing business handed her som
Typically, automobile manufacturers will ratchet up a car’s performance from year to year to keep enthusiasm at a boil: bigger engine, mor
Arriving on the heels of Constellation Audio’s $345,000 cost-is-no-object Reference system—which launched in stages last year and pushes the
California wine connoisseurs, mark your calendars: March 2 is the start of the third annual Berkeley Wine Festival at the
Porsche enthusiasts rank among some of the most fierce marque loyalists, and as collectors they rival even philatelists i
The new Tourbillon 24 Secondes Contemporain from Greubel Forsey is technically very close to the fast ro
Since its debut in 1963, the Porsche 911 has been the benchmark of performance and desirability.
While minute repeater construction is a subjective art form at some companies, at Jaeger-LeCoultre it is absolutely a sci
French silversmith Puiforcat and Michelin-star chef Pierre Gagnaire (of Gaya in Paris and Twist at the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas) have d
One of the greatest challenges for connoisseurs of limited-edition, super-premium, single-malt whiskies is being able to locate and taste
One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos, Mexico, has opened the first international outpost of the PGA Tour Academy to allow g
After three decades away from the American market, Fiat is back in a big way with a really small car.
When first unveiled in 2003, elit by Stolichnaya vodka justified its $60 premium price with promises of unparalleled puri
For the 125th anniversary of the Geneva Seal (Poinçon de Genève), the famous watchmaking manufacturing standard, Swiss watchmaker
Legendary jewelry brand Fabergé has returned to London with a new boutique for the first time in nearly a century.
Seattle-based sports equipment manufacturer K2 has produced top-of-the-line skis for the last four decades, and this year it has teamed up
Hop from the city to the beach with Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière and its new Fly Me to Deauville package.
Among prewar automobiles, Lincoln stands out along with a handful of marques like Packard, Duesenberg, and Cadillac as ha
The original VW Phaeton was not quite ready for prime time when it arrived in the U.S. market back in 2004.
Formula One driver and Audemars Piguet brand ambassador Sébastien Buemi was the inspiration for the Swiss watchmaker’s Ro
Cirrus personal airplanes are known for their roomy interior comfort, and now the 2012 edition provides an even more spac
Jewelry designer Ivanka Trump has moved her Madison Avenue jewelry store from its swanky Upper East Side location to Mercer Street in SoHo
Despite its smaller size, Sessa Marine’s new Flybridge 40, the descendant of last year’s Fly 45, has plenty of legroom.
With “eco-friendly” a buzz word in everything from cars to hotels, it’s no surprise that a denim company has finally found a way to make r
If you plan to hit the slopes this winter, Solaris Residences—a new, 79-home ski community in Vail, Colo.—is offering gue
One look at Ghurka’s new flagship store on Fifth Avenue at 59th Street, and it’s clear the 30-year-old tried-and-true, classic leather-goo