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You might recognize Maggie Rawlins on the cover of our May/June 2021 issue, one of our biggest and most luxury-packed editions ever. The stunning nurse-turned-supermodel is a true angel of mercy. She is featured on several pages in the magazine, but first we have a bevy of other beautiful things to share with you. For starters: the once-in-a-lifetime auction of five amazing gold Patek Phillipe watches, dating from the 1960s and worth millions; the cool new Porsche 911 GT3 supercar, which is available with a matching Porsche Design chronograph; the groundbreaking custom BMW 9RT motorcycle built by Russia’s Zillers Garage; and a knockout lineup of actresses and models—including Natalie Martinez, who could well be the next James Bond; Mortal Kombat’s beautiful-but-deadly Kristin McNamee; and gorgeous influencer Allie Fosheim. Feeling a bit parched? Quench your thirst with our features on Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, aka the world’s most expensive wine; an even more expensive limited edition Irish whiskey that costs a cool $2 million; and the new golden age of tequila and mezcal cocktails. And that’s just for starters. We also have incredible portfolios of the work of the late photographer Bob Carlos Clarke, often called Britain’s answer to Helmut Newton; the incredible bespoke luxury luxury and craftsmanship of Rolls-Royce; the iconic Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in France, which has been hosting the rich and famous for 150 years; and Aston Martin’s long-awaited return to Formula One. Also: read up on two of the most interesting people in the world—Tadej Pogačar, the youngest ever winner of the Tour de France, and Whitney Wolfe Herd, the Bumble CEO who has turned her startup into a billion-dollar fortune. Finally get ready to hit the world’s top destinations for the superyacht set, from Monte Carlo to Mozambique, in our multi-page portfolio of oceangoing luxury.

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