Inside Rosita Missoni’s Villa at the Foot of the Italian Alps

Just above Rosita Missoni’s mattress hangs an Impressionist-style oil portray by the 20th-century French artist Jacques-Henri Lartigue. Set in a gilded body, it depicts a backyard scene of bursting crimson, white and orange blooms and takes up virtually the whole wall. That the Missoni matriarch, who co-founded the namesake Italian…

How to Throw a Perfect Summer Picnic

The solar is shining, the entire buddy group is vaccinated and everybody is prepared to make up for misplaced time. Sure, you possibly can guide a desk for eight and eat inside at a restaurant — it’s nonetheless a thrill — however we spent the final yr determining how finest…

My Summer of Hitchcock and Cold Cherries

Summer brings with it a sure set of rites and rituals — and everybody’s are private and distinctive. For our weeklong ode to the season, T has invited writers to share their very own. Here, Mona Awad describes the straightforward pleasures of consuming frozen cherries whereas watching movies by Alfred…

How to Create a Secret Garden in Your Own Backyard

On the north facet of Matilda Goad’s residence in London, tucked in a nook between the kitchen and the lounge, is a small courtyard paved with granite cobblestones. The slender yard, flanked on one facet by a clematis-strewn fence, has a distinctly rural really feel, partly thanks to a salvaged…

After the Main Event, a Communal Meal

In every installment of The Artists, T highlights a current or little-seen work by a Black artist, together with a few phrases from that artist placing the work in context. This week, we’re a portray by Michon Sanders, who will attend a workshop at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center close…

The Beauty Brands Cutting Down on Packaging

The magnificence business has grown exponentially in recent times — it’s projected to be value $463.5 billion by 2027 — and this growth has meant that merchandise are extra inclusive and accessible than ever. But it has additionally elevated the urgency of points surrounding waste. As of 2018, the business…

Peter Saul Doesn’t Want Any Advice

Next to a roadside barn in Germantown, N.Y., two and a half hours outdoors Manhattan, somebody has arrange an impressively elaborate “Trump 2024” show made out of crimson, white and blue lower paper. The artist Peter Saul, who lives a couple of minutes down the street, will get a kick…

The New Yorker’s Go-To for Spices and So Much More

In this collection for T, the writer Reggie Nadelson revisits New York establishments which have outlined cool for a long time, from time-honored eating places to unsung dives. About 10 years in the past, the Indian-born actor and meals author Madhur Jaffrey, who lives in Manhattan, wanted kudampuli, a small…

In Praise of Sweat

Sweating is commonly thought-about a nuisance, one which necessitates frequent mopping of brows or the rethinking of style selections on a steamy day. Yet, physiologically talking, says Dr. Patricia Christie, a lecturer in chemistry and biology on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, it’s a factor of magnificence. Sweating naturally happens…