Kristie Ramirez

Kristie Ramirez is a writer-at-large for Texas Monthly. She began her career at D Magazine, the city magazine of Dallas, and she’s the former Dallas editor for Condé Nast’s Lucky magazine. Ramirez also served as the editor-in-chief of FASHION, Texas Monthly’s annual style magazine. She has written for National Geographic Traveler, Departures, and Condé Nast Traveler and teaches fashion journalism at Southern Methodist University. Ramirez is a third-generation Texan and lives in Dallas.

Stories

Ray Washburne’s Office Wall

Dallas entrepreneur Ray Washburne has two passions: restaurants and real estate.

The Dallas Arts District

Nineteen blocks of culture and creativity breathe life into the north side of downtown.

Michael Hsu’s Garage

Michael Hsu’s garage.

Lower Westheimer

Houston

Tony Rancich’s Recording Studio

Tony Rancich’s recording studio.

The Art of Getting Groomed

The opening of the AT&T Performing Arts Center was three nights of award-worthy performances, champagne, and, of course, ambitious frocks.

Tomorrow People

Blake Mycoskie, the founder of Shoes for Tomorrow (TOMS), talks about traveling around the world, shoe drops, and expanding the business.

Louis, Louis

The CEO of Louis Vuitton’s North American division talks about the new store at NorthPark, Marc Jacobs, and knockoffs.

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