New & Noteworthy

The first motorbike manufacturer in the United States, Indian Motorcycle has pulled from its racing roots with the Indian Scout FTR750—a new fury for the flat track. Debuted yesterday at the 76th...
This year’s cold-weather styles are here. We’ve carefully dug through the trends, selected our favorites for their handcraftsmanship and artisanal attention to detail, and paired them together for...
The newly restored château de Môh captures the languorous luxury of the French countryside. It is lunchtime on a bitterly cold January day when I arrive at Château de Môh. Within moments of pulling...
Genesi , the first Wider 150, is rated the quietest yacht in its class. You know that a superyacht runs quietly—almost silently—when you look out a window and are surprised to see that the boat is...
After years in the making, Great Plains Foundation is offering an unprecedented cycling experience that aids in the rehabilitation of Africa’s land and wildlife. The Ride for Lions cycling event is a...
The raised profile of the Glider Super Sports (SS18) suggests a cartoonish, sci-fi approach to yacht design, but its speed and seakeeping abilities are grounded in hydrodynamics. Rob McCall, formerly...
Hilton Head’s original course comes back to life in the hands of local brothers. The Ocean Course at the Sea Pines Resort opened in 1962 as the first golf course on South Carolina’s Hilton Head...
Geoffrey Roth establishes an outpost of independent horology in the American Southwest. After spending nearly 2.5 years sourcing parts in Switzerland to build his first watch, Geoffrey Roth—owner of...
When El Bulli in Spain closed in 2012, many saw it as a death knell for modernist cuisine (FKA molecular gastronomy). The restaurant’s chef, Ferran Adrià, had become world-famous for pushing food to...
Chef David Bouley, who helms two New York City restaurants and two private event spaces, was the chef extraordinaire at the Robb Report Health & Wellness Summit this summer. Bouley’s interactive...
Driving lessons at the Bondurant Racing School come standard with a new Viper or Hellcat. From the passenger seat, my instructor barked, “Steer harder!” Too late: Our Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat spun a...
Michael Tusk, the talented chef and owner of Quince in San Francisco, has created a new farmer’s-market tasting menu, which in turn inspired a Friday-morning market in front of the restaurant and a...
These stylish bags do more than just get your belongings from point A to point B. By incorporating innovative technology, they also alleviate the stress of traveling—and they do so in style.
Gasoline versus electric. The Old World versus the new. These primal conflicts play out in today’s automotive landscape. Perfectly embodying each side of this struggle sit the 2016 Audi S7 and the...
By Wheel or by Wing While the Volocopter VC200 resembles a helicopter and the EHang 184 a drone, other flying cars that have been in development for the past few years or longer are more like the...
Brazil , the largest country in Latin and South America, boasts more than its soccer players and coffee. Home to the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics , Brazil is a beautiful year-round destination...
At my first restaurant job, cooking at a wine bar in the Lower East Side years ago, I was responsible for shopping for produce at the Union Square greenmarket. The quality of the produce—especially...
In the 1970s , after selling more than 40 million records, Cher built the home that sits on this 16-acre Beverly Hills estate. She eventually sold it Eddie Murphy before it was purchased in 1994 by...
There was a time, before the stress of modern day air travel ,when a journey by passenger train—specifically, in the pampered luxury of a Pullman car—was the most relaxing and civilized way to get...
Launched in July, Regent’s Seven Seas Explorer is a massive 732-foot cruise ship that will ferry guests around the globe in ultimate luxury. One of the ship’s finest features is the Regent Suite, a 4...
For those who love fine mezcal, sampling micro-batch versions of this Mexican spirit typically means a trip to Oaxaca’s La Mezcaloteca. Founded 6 years ago by Silvia Philion and Marco Ochoa, this...
Classic tricks for avoiding jet lag—from vitamin C to decidedly stronger substances—rarely work as planned. But there’s new hope for time-zone-traversing travelers, as commercial airlines roll out...
Not too many years ago, Nicaragua was third in line—after the Dominican Republic and Honduras—in terms of cigar consumption in the United States. Recently, however, it leapfrogged over Honduras to...
McLaren organizes its cars into three classes: Ultimate Series (P1, P1 GTR), Super Series (650S, 675LT), and Sports Series (570S, 570GT). And while the Ultimate Series may be sold out, the England-...
While yachts and jets are fine for long trips, a jaunt to the mainland or a hop downtown often requires something as luxurious but quicker. This is where private executive helicopters come in. Given...
Family Jewel A maxim in the California wine industry recommends that those seeking to make a small fortune in viticulture start with a large one. Michael Stewart, a Texas entrepreneur, fulfilled this...
To further demonstrate the capabilities of the R8 V10 Plus, Audi hosted a second day of driving, at Florida’s Daytona International Speedway. There, in January, the R8 LMS (the racing version of the...
Amsterdam’s Bibi van der Velden may soon have more fans stateside. For Bibi van der Velden, jewelry clearly is much more than just precious metals and gemstones. During her frequent travels, the...
On August 30, connoisseurs of haute horology will be able to view several of the world’s finest examples of the craft as Patek Philippe and Robb Report collaborate on a live webcast presentation of...
Set along Zimbabwe’s Zambezi River, just 24 miles above the world’s largest waterfall, andBeyond Matetsi Private Game Reserve (which comprises the Matetsi River Lodge and Matetsi River House)...

Pages