Robb Report Magazine Yearly Subscription
Robb Report is a luxury lifestyle magazine featuring the best of the best. Highlighting prestigious, high-end brands from around the world, it's your guide to the cars, mansions, jewelry and real estate that come with living life luxuriously.More...
Robb Report is a luxury lifestyle magazine featuring the best of the best. Highlighting prestigious, high-end brands from around the world, it's your guide to the cars, mansions, jewelry and real estate that come with living life luxuriously.
Whether you're living the dream or just like to be knowledgeable about life in the high-class circles, Robb Report has all the information on the finest goods, services and luxuries of an affluent lifestyle - from automobiles, boats, private aircraft, high-end real estate and exotic travel destinations, to fine wine, art and jewelry. Thorough and expansive, Robb Report is organized into several sections to ensure no element of the high life goes uncovered. "Home Entertainment" focuses on home theater and entertainment technology; "Leisure" highlights fine dining, wine, and spirits; "Time" takes a close look at fine watches and the latest developments; "Wheels" takes you for a spin through the world of new and vintage luxury automobiles; "Wings & Water" takes you through the latest products and services related to yachting and aviation, and "Journeys" gives you an in-depth tour of exotic destinations around the globe.
Regular features within the magazine provide even more luxurious looks. "Front Runners" gives a rundown of the latest and greatest developments across a range of items, and "Elements of Style" reviews the latest in apparel and accessories from top fashion designers. And for snapshots of exclusive resorts, restaurants and other fine establishments that have recently made their debut, check out "Grand Openings." With a subscription to Robb Review, you'll also receive several special, highly acclaimed issues, including "Car of the Year," "Best of the Best," "Culinary Masters Competition," and "Ultimate Gift Guide." You can also look forward to musts like "The Travel Issue," "The Robb Report 100," "Fall Fashion" and "The Jewelry and Watch Issue."
Anyone with an appreciation for the finer things in life and the leisure and luxury that comes with an affluent lifestyle would revel in a subscription to Robb Report.
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I bought the Robb Report and the Kindle as a present for my husband. He has since been like a kid with a new toy. He was so happy when his subscription arrived. I was happy because I no longer had to run around to every bookstore in the area to find each month's magazine, and I no longer have a build-up of magazines in my house! Thank you for Publisheragency
Not as good as I remember it from years ago. I hate the e-reader format. We'll see how I feel about it once my traditional paper version gets here.
I have been enjoying the Robb Report for about a year now and as I read each issue, I find myself alternating between various emotions. On one hand, the magazine offers a fascinating glimpse inside the buying world of the filthy rich. On the other hand, one has to wonder what would convince someone to spend huge sums of money on merchandise that, while certainly high in prestige, could still be obtained for much less money without sacrificing much quality. I realize the incredibly rich like their toys and need something on which to spend their cash, but some of these items go way over the top, to put it mildly. Items such as eight hundred dollar sunglasses or five thousand dollar watches are often highlighted in the pages of the Robb Report and while they certainly capture one's imagination, you have to question what would convince a person to spend so lavishly.
It's a little over the top but that's generally what you're looking for out of a mag like this. It's just fun to flip through.
I love this magazine even though I'm not even close to being in the demographic for its readership. It reviews items and places of interest outside of the ordinary ... watches, cars, planes, boats ... big toys for boys, at least those that have remained boys at heart.