Magpies & Peacocks upcycles waylaid material, including old Super Bowl banners and Southwest seat cushions, and turns it into one-of-a-kind fashion.
The founder of Soto & Co., he builds custom suits for the likes of Emmanuel Acho and Terry Bradshaw.
Leather-wrapped lowballs! Sea turtle adoptions! A Blue Bell ice cream charm! Behold, our favorite present ideas for this holiday season.
The ‘Top Chef’ contestant and partner at Austin’s Bureau de Poste shares how she preps for a house full of hungry guests.
Money can buy anything, but it can’t make you look like any less of a dork.
Designer Nan Blassingame will be busy making traditional jingle dresses and ribbon skirts right up until the ceremony.
Why didn’t anyone tell me about this life-changing shoe-removal tool sooner?
Hatbands embedded with rubies, $70,000 belt buckles: more than any other Texas city, Fort Worth is forging its own brand of style that melds high fashion and iconic Western wear.
Why choose one architectural style? In Tyler’s Mosaic District, no two buildings are alike.
The ‘1883’ actor, who lives in Fort Worth, picked up some tips on the 6666 Ranch.
The empire of Chip and Joanna Gaines has lasted twenty years. Where will we be in twenty more?
Curse the Lege, conjure a love spell, or learn more about the occult arts in these Texas shops.
Dozens of candles claim to capture the essence of the Lone Star State. We put them to the test.
Our photographer captured all the leather (and the luxury) on race attendees from near and far.
Just a few minutes from the celebrated Rothko Chapel, the Chapel of St. Basil provides a spiritual respite.
More than twenty years after its founder died, Music of the Spheres continues to produce striking outdoor chimes.
Three days on the field and not a single pair of Crocs cowboy boots? Are y’all okay?
Butterfly wings, tarantula legs, and “Frankenstein” beetles—the insect taxidermists of Pinned Ptera find the beauty in it all.
Nevena Christi of El Paso’s Rocketbuster Boots uses artificial intelligence to streamline the creative process and craft out-of-this-world advertising.
Set to open this spring, CoHousing Houston is almost sold out. Its founders hope to build a community where Texans feel supported by their neighbors.
Ahead of fair season, she shares her must-haves for working fourteen hours a day, trekking the fairgrounds’ 277 acres, as she oversees seven corny dog stands.
There’s a lot more to Fair Park than Big Tex. It’s also a rare monument to art deco architecture and a battleground for the civil rights movement.
Frank Lloyd Wright Built Just One Freestanding Theater in His Lifetime. Dallas Has Let It Fall Into Disrepair.
The Kalita Humphreys Theater was built by arguably the most famous American architect of the twentieth century. It’s now a shell of its former self, and the city can’t decide how—or if—it’ll restore it.
In Kerrville, a Crayola-obsessed collector has filled two rooms of his house with his prized boxes.
The 25-year-old “boys” have taken it upon themselves to score each jump off the diving board, Olympics-style. Austin poolgoers have embraced the challenge.
The Como Motel, where Candy Montgomery famously met up with Allan Gore, has recently been sold. Locals are organizing to ensure it doesn’t end up as a parking lot.
We’ve rounded up the state’s A-plus offerings, from flower arranging inspired by ‘Gilmore Girls’ to tufted rugs made famous on TikTok.
Matriarchy Build connects home-improvement-seeking customers with a database of vetted tradespeople, all of them female or nonbinary.
Apple, Cartier, Tiffany, and other tastemakers in art and fashion bask in the glow created by Lucifer Lighting.
With its sprawling branches and red blooms, the desert plant is certainly beautiful. But that doesn’t explain its presence on every piece of merch in Texas.
One Spin, No Measurements, and Texas’s “Denim Whisperer” Matched Me With a Perfect Pair of Vintage Jeans
She won’t take your measurements, and she won’t give you your size (don’t ask), but TikTok legend has it that this hawkeyed vintage maven can find your ideal pant.
The author spends her days envisioning the U.S. as a modern monarchy. Here are the tools that help her do it.
Trendsetters, bargain hunters, and folks who just love to dig through piles of clothes, we’ve got the list for you.
The Latest Victory for Natural Hair in Texas Can Be Traced Back to Isis Brantley’s Arrest Three Decades Ago
The Dallas braider, whose loyal customers include Erykah Badu, examines her hard-fought legacy as the CROWN Act, which bans discrimination against Black hairstyles at work and school, goes into effect September 1.
Laura Preston, of San Marcos–based Vacilando Studios, has helped turn quilts into fashion, with modern made-to-order wares for your bed, walls, and closet.
It’s the hottest summer in Texas history. Thanks to these expert tips, it doesn’t have to be the rash-iest.
It was 1979, a stifling hot day on a Texas construction site. A worker was consuming a cold one when he noticed that the nearby tubing installation material fit perfectly around his can. The makeshift sleeve helped to keep his drink crisp and his fingers dry. He named it “Koozie,”
After watching ‘Oppenheimer,’ cozy up to this West Texas underground bunker turned boutique hotel room.
I swear I feel refreshed after looking at a house in Oregon or Virginia. And according to my research, other Texans do too.
Practicality is an imperative, even more so during Texas summers, which don’t really faze her (unless a restaurant’s air conditioning stops working).
Your baby was made in Texas. Shouldn’t its toys be?
Celeste and Adrian Quesada’s inventive weekend escape is full of estate-sale finds and gifts from around the world.
New homeowners are skirting city codes to close themselves off from their neighbors with sky-high, opaque barricades.
Here’s how to get a peek inside the glitziest, most charming homes in the state, all while helping raise money for preservation efforts.
These small-town churches, built in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, commissioned artists to re-create the grandeur of European cathedrals in the Lone Star State.
Archaeology and architecture groups banded together to bring a mudhif, a town hall for the Marsh Arab tribe of Iraq, to Rice University.
Inspired by Taylor Sheridan, celebrity tattoo artist Dillon Forte has brought his penchant for sacred geometry and all-black aesthetics to his exclusive ranch in the Hill Country.
The Austin-based hotel group Bunkhouse has brought Edificio San Fernando, a 1940s jewel box of a building, into the modern era.
Anna Simmers unwinds from long days at MD Anderson Cancer Center by bringing cityscapes, flowers, and art masterpieces to life.
Michael Uspenski bought the Russian Banya of Dallas—and moved to Texas—sight unseen. Now he’s created a community for expats and Texans alike.