This weekend’s curated luxury trends.
Not only does the new Tesla electric Cybertruck not resemble a truck at all but its styling and functionality transcend any four-wheeled vehicle that has roamed this planet. With a futuristic build that is both the DeLorean from Back to the Future and the Peugeot spinner from Blade Runner 2049, the Cybertruck (available in different models, including the Cyberbeast) is apocalyptically rugged on the outside and decadently luxurious (think recording studio and theater on wheels) on the inside. Its stainless steel exoskeleton is meant to reduce dents, damage, and long-term corrosion (no paint means no chips) through all of your adventures. It can travel up to 340 miles on a single charge, getting you into the wild and then re supercharged for another 136 miles in just 15 minutes. Its most truck-like feature is a towing capacity of 11,000 pounds—the equivalent of the average American elephant. Prices start around $60,000. Order yours at tesla.com.
Chicago residents have long known the value of an ice-cold plunge in Lake Michigan but the rest of the world is finally catching on. If you’d like to add cold-water therapy to your wellness routine, the Plunge All-In may be just for you. Featuring powerful cooling that goes to 37 degrees, this new plunge pool comes with a plug-and-plunge setup that makes maintenance a breeze. With smartphone connectivity, roomy interiors, and a sleek exterior “designed to inspire,” the pool ensures you’ll have ice-cold water whenever you are ready to take the plunge. The Plunge All-In is available for $8,990 (without a heater) at plunge.com.
Martha Stewart apparently loves Kelly-Bronze turkeys. So does our publisher. But what exactly is it about these free-range, dry plucked, and dry aged birds that makes them the best turkey you’ll ever have in your life? The first differentiator is that these are “heritage turkeys,” rare breeds that have nearly vanished in the age of modern agriculture. The Kelly family began raising bronze turkeys in England more than 50 years ago, diligently working to breed and cultivate fine fowl to serve its exclusive culinary clientele (which includes the likes of Gordon Ramsay). They bought a farm in Virginia’s Blue Ridge mountains in 2014 and have been selling bronze turkeys in the U.S. since 2017, including smaller-sized turkeys that are specially bred to cater to those who want a full-bird experience for a more petite-sized dinner party. Prices range from $133.38. Place your holiday order at kellybronze.com.