b'THE CARNEGIE CLUBAwarm welcome to the sixth edition of Skibo magazine. This year marks the 100th anniversary of Andrew Carnegies passing. In recognition of this, we take a fascinating look at some elements of his legacy and how they affect todays world through the eyes of bestselling author Robert Ryan and Scottish entrepreneur Sir Tom Hunter. As we look forward to The Carnegie Clubs silver anniversary next year, I am reminded of the remarkable evolution the Club has undergone, with improvements and enhancements made to both the property and the membership experience. The creation of our Skibo trips has proved hugely popular and I have written a piece about the wide range of forays our members have already enjoyed, as well as details of upcoming adventures. We also explore the Clubs commitment to environmental change, with a look at the new Jaguar I-Pace electric SUVs, and feature 0 5 a beautiful fashion story photographed on the estate. There are also articles on golf, food and drink, craftsmanship, and the arts, to name but a few. Whether you are a member or a friend of our Club, I trust you will find something of interest that entices you to pay a visit to Skibo Castle very soon.Peter Crome, Chairman www.carnegieclub.co.ukCover photography: Oskar Gyllenswrd This page: Chris Tubbs, John SwannellSHOW www.show.londonEditor: Gemma Latham Design Director: Dominic Murray-Bell Skibo is published by Show Media Ltd. Colour proo ng by Rhapsody, Art Director: Julia AllenPicture Director: Juliette Clarke rhapsodymedia.co.uk. Printed by Pureprint, pureprint.com Publishing Director: Lucy Teasdale Picture Editor: Louisa Bryant Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is Chief Copy Editor: Holly QuayleCreative Director: Ian Pendleton strictly prohibited. While every e\x1e ort is made to ensure the accuracy Deputy Chief Copy Editor: Lucy Frith Managing Director: Peter Howarth of the information contained in this publication, no responsibility Copy Editor: Nick Atkins Editorial Director: Joanne Glasbey can be accepted for any errors or omissions.'