New & Noteworthy

Originally published in the Fall 2015 issue of Robb Report Health & Wellness as “ Reset and Rejuvenate ” Can a wellness boot camp at a medical center feel like a luxury retreat? Upon entering the...
To counter the detriments of a sedentary office existence, Stir has created its Kinetic desks, which encourage the shift between sitting and standing. The sleek F1 model ($4,990) comes in a white or...
Bid adieu to 2015 with a personalized party designed specially for high rollers. Offered by Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows in Santa Monica, Calif., the January One in Bungalow One package ($...
Since Icarus donned his ill-fated wings, humans have hungered for better ways to fly. And after Orville and Wilbur Wright’s flight got modern aviation off the ground in 1903, advancements have...
An $18 million Damien Hirst piece stands outside Miami’s hottest new hotel. Why Go: The annual, four-day December Art Basel show only arrived in Miami in 2002. Yet it has forever changed the city—now...
The new Galeon 500 Fly yacht is the quick-change artist of production motor yachts. At speed, the Galeon looks like any normal flybridge—sleek, aggressive, and sexy. But at anchor, the glass windows...
Sybarites seeking delight in the winter wonderland of St. Moritz, Switzerland, are once again welcome to the newly renovated Kulm Hotel St. Moritz. An iconic haven for the well-heeled since 1856 (the...
Launched by Amels earlier this year, the 199-foot Madame Kate is the second of the Dutch shipyard’s Limited Edition 199 series. The yacht was an instant favorite at the Monaco Yacht Show , winning...
This New Year’s Eve promises to be twice as memorable for those who book PrivateFly’s Celebrate New Year’s Eve Twice: The Ultimate 24-Hour Party package. Flying in a Gulfstream G650ER (the world’s...
Crafted in collaboration with a group of Armenian artists, entrepreneurs, and clergy members, the new Montegrappa Erebouni series of writing instruments pays tribute to Armenia, the storied nation...
It’s once again the time of year, when we all find ourselves searching frantically for something to give those perennially confounding friends and loved ones who seem to already have everything. This...
The Monaco Yacht Show has been the unofficial launching pad for superyacht concepts for decades. While some designs are conservative, others bold, and yet others closer to the realm of science...
A long time ago—May 25, 1977, to be precise—few knew about a certain galaxy far, far away or how a film focused on its interstellar strife, Star Wars , would send the global imagination into...
This season’s footwear ushers in a new era for dress shoes, with traditional loafers edged out by playful counterparts replete with embellishments, tassels, and bold color schemes. Consequently,...
From a massive floating pyramid to a submarine superyacht, the mad scientists of the yacht-design industry have been hard at work conceiving the world’s most farfetched and futuristic yacht concepts...
“If everything is under control, you’re not going fast enough,” said renowned racer Mario Andretti—but that was before he had a chance to drive any of the high-powered performers that debuted in 2015...
It seems this year has flown by faster than a Porsche 918 Spyder in Launch Control mode. Since announcing that rarefied roadster as Robb Report’s 2015 Car of the Year at the North American...
To hear the new supercar’s global development leader Ted Klaus describe the 2017 Acura NSX is akin to listening to an engineering philosopher wax poetic about a hallowed mechanical creation. As Klaus...
One of the more striking concept yachts presented at the Monaco Yacht Show (followed by an appearance at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show) was the Mondomarine M60 SeaFalcon . Designed by...
Scientists of speed, the team at Weistec Engineering set a new quarter-mile record for the Mercedes-AMG GT on October 10, 2015, at the Auto Club Dragway in Fontana, Calif. Specializing in the design...
There really is no place like home. Much more than four walls, each property is an intimate representation of those who choose to inhabit them. From traditional 11th-century Italian villas to rustic...
California’s mecca of car culture is once again up and running as the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles reopened to the public on December 7 after a 14-month, $90 million renovation. Though...
Déjà vu? History is about to repeat itself with the launch of the Bugatti Niniette sport yacht series . In the 1920s, Ettore Bugatti established one of the most famous marques in automotive history—...
Tucked away in a leafy canyon across the street from Hotel Bel-Air is the first security gate. The Park Bel-Air , among the most prestigious new boutique developments in the United States, begins...
More casual than competitive, the new Ducati XDiavel is a versatile variant from the Italian manufacturer’s crotch-rocket bikes, but it still remembers its racing roots. The brand’s first comfortable...
Originally published in the Fall 2015 issue of Robb Report Health & Wellness as “ Q&A with James Ficke, MD ” Run for Your Life Endurance athlete, ultramarathoner, and the orthopaedic surgeon-...
Situated on a more than 200-foot stretch of sugary beachfront, 3700 Ocean Drive in Vero Beach, Fla. is a resort-style tropical oasis. Flanked by palm trees, fire pits, gardens, and an ocean-facing...
Drive, helicopter, or float to the new St. Regis Dubai. Why Go: Comparisons between Las Vegas and Dubai come naturally. Both are major tourist destinations in the desert with dancing fountains and...
With a new flagship store in London and enhanced services, the venerable shoemaker Bally steps up its game.
The Hermès family upholds its tradition of producing practical products and elegant curiosities that, in turn, create meaning and memories for generations of owners.

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