Don't show up empty-handed this season. Here are some ideas for what to bring to your next party.
We’ve rounded up items from the state and beyond that will make these hot days a little more bearable.
The Austin furniture duo applies clean, contemporary lines to carefully sourced material with real character.
For decades, Texas men have turned to the San Antonio designer for her custom guayaberas.
A handsome dopp kit, an elegant sake set, a silk scarf, a whimsical cowboy art print, and more—all made right here in Texas.
Nigerian-American fashion designer Onyii Brown, of Onyii & Co., knew exactly what she wanted to do for her upcoming spring collection until Hurricane Harvey flooded her basement studio.
“I love seeing an idea go from a sketch to an actual object that exists in the world.”
How Daniel Wright went from electrician to bag designer.
Impress the discerning individualist in your life with beautifully crafted, one-of-a-kind items that evoke the defiant spirit of West Texas.
Dazzle the highly particular style-setter with statement-making clothing, accessories, and a few surprises. Don’t forget the chocolate.
Lavish the ones you love most with cute and whimsical (yet practical) toys and accessories.
Surprise those hard-to-shop-for types with unforgettable Texas experiences.
Delight dapper gents with everything from a bespoke robe to a candle created just for them.
Everything that the loft-dwelling, coffee-loving speaker snob could ever want or imagine.
You’ll never arrive at a party empty-handed again after perusing these smart options.
Enterprising Texans of all stripes are dreaming up and creating everything from better bicycles and baseball bats to stunning furniture and fashion. We’ve scoured the state to round up 100 Made in Texas gifts (for everyone on your list) that represent the current heyday of Texas creativity.
From sports enthusiasts to serious hunters, we’ve got you covered.
Soaps, oils, and scrubs from the Rose Capital of Texas.
For these two friends, every day is flag day.
How Rob Flurry's childhood reading forged his passion for sword and knife making.
In San Antonio, a young designer finds success selling his jeans, shirts, and kimonos(!) directly to customers.
You can run, but you can’t resist these hides.
A hot kiln can be entrusted with earthenware, stoneware, porcelain, and . . . brisket?
What to buy your favorite Texan this holiday season.
A fourth generation of Texas leatherworkers saddles up.
Out of the oven and into the credenza.
Go west—and east and north and south—young man.
Houston jewelry with a touch of northwestern India.
A chapeau of one’s own.
A Houston ad man embraces the DIY spirit.
A Dallas furniture maker creates pieces that are old and new at once.
When your day job has you down, building a canoe by hand may be the way to go.
Ginger Griffice is cleaning up with her soap-making company.
Clothing, jewelry, sculpture, rugs: is there anything this Spicewood designer can’t do?
Oaxacan style, by way of Dallas.
Keeping the cowboy legend alive.
The romance of doing everything by hand.
How the drought led to a revival of America’s only native caffeinated drink.
Because you know you’ve always wanted to kick it up.
When paddling on plastic just won’t do.
These San Antonio leather-workers keep it all in the family.
Corpus Christi fisherman John Garcia’s painted creations are off the hook.
Something’s burning in Amarillo.
A novice Austin jewelry maker catches Anthropologie’s eye.
Keeping movable type alive in the age of laser printers.
Houston bladesmith Russell Montgomery finds calm living on the edge.
The simple beauty of wood and wire and not much else.
Getting that brim just right.
The earthy wonders of clay.
Handcrafted bows that never miss their mark.