From pasta to psychotherapy, the city is full of unveilings this month.
Field Trip’s wellness spaces channel relaxation and style.
After a stressful year, a little R&R is necessary. Field Trip Health’s clinic gives wellness a new facet with psychedelics and psychedelic-enhanced psychotherapy. In its first U.S. location, the company focuses on legal ketamine-enhanced, mental health therapy to improve mindfulness and self-care. The health center ensures a relaxing environment for the journey with medically supervised staff. Utilizing research and science as its basis, the program ensures a safe environment with each session as an alternative to typical depression and anxiety treatments for those who have already tried conventional therapies.
Leonelli’s luxe ravioli are available at home with new pasta-making kits.
Enjoy restaurant- quality pasta from the comfort of your couch to spice up date night. Chef Jonathan Benno brings his Leonelli Focacceria e Pasticceria into the home with pasta kits to satisfy that Italian trattoria craving. The ravioli di ricotta and spaghetti al cacio e pepe are freshly made, then frozen, and are served with sauce and toppings for two. Other premade packaged meals include the family meal kit, baker’s dozen Amedei chocolate chunk cookie kit and NYC Strong cookie decorating kit available for pickup or delivery.
The Mrs. Arnold dinner dress, featured in The Costume Institute’s upcoming fashion exhibit
Just in time for The Met’s 150th anniversary, The Costume Institute’s upcoming fashion exhibit, About Time: Fashion and Duration, debuts on Oct. 29 after the museum reopened in August. (The coinciding Met Gala will not take place this year.) Taking a look at fashion’s past, present and future, the presentation maps out the cyclical nature of clothing. The collection spans from the 1870s until the present day with Virginia Woolf as the ghost narrator with quotes of her works related to time, including Mrs. Dalloway, Night and Day and Orlando: A Biography serving as accompaniment. Some of the major designers consist of Alexander McQueen, Comme des Garçons, Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier and Christian Dior.
Photography by: Dress photo courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, gift of the Brooklyn Museum 2009, gift of Sally Ingalls; Leonelli ravioli photo by Emily Chan; Field Trip photo courtesy of Field Trip