Sew Bonita owner Elena Flores curates her store with makers from across Texas and beyond.
The wardrobe stylist knows how to turn heads on and off the field.
Uniquka Christian hosts classes for young aspiring fashion designers through her program, Student ICONS.
When four NASA technicians decided to swap large-scale missions to space for small-batch experimental beers, they wanted a brewery taproom that reflected their shared history of working in the space industry. The result, True Anomaly Brewing, in Houston’s East Downtown, is a “launchpad for fermented
Twenty-nine years after the Marfa artist’s death, his son partnered with a luxury silver brand to bring the eight-piece dinner service to life.
Since 1941, a family company called Anodyne Wool has provided the raw material for uniforms in every branch of the military.
The style, which proliferated on TikTok, says “I’m down to party, but not till I pick these wildflowers.“
These brands, founded by Texans, are designed for extreme sports and serious lounging.
Matt and Esther Warren of the Knarly Knot sell Henry VIII-era wooden home goods to their people: “nerds dressed up in costumes playing in a cow pasture.”
As Picnic Surf Shapes, Dallas artist Gregory Ruppe hand-builds wooden boards with an ecological and political message.
For Sabah’s first U.S. factory, founder Mickey Ashmore, a Dallas native, turned to his home state.
The British Consulate feted the crowning of a new king. H-town’s finest strapped on their fascinators to attend.
The jewelry magnate shares her must-have gifts for Texas moms.
With locally sourced gifts and unforgettable experiences, there’s something here for even the toughest Texas mom.
With cloud-shaped pipes and rose-infused pre-rolls, these female small-business owners are catering to femme stoners.
Whether you’re hunting for vintage jewelry, midcentury furniture, or old-school cookware, these shops are worth a visit.
This Earth Day, shop for woodworking masterpieces made with materials such as skateboard decks and salvaged trees from the Rio Grande Valley.
San Antonio’s most-coveted spring party accessory is also a force for good.
The singer’s “out-of-the-way-fancy” style combines coziness with country glamour—and lots of pink.
Jay and Heather Mallinckrodt used a century-old family cake recipe to test the prototype for a skillet that can also be handed down through the generations.
These Texas brands keep us looking comfortably stylish, whether we’re pitmasters or just guys reaching for another helping of ribs.
The company, which offers pieces one might call “Victorian ghost meets Burning Man boho,” is going viral for its high ruffle count and even higher prices.
The 2023 Country Music Television (CMT) Music Awards ceremony has brought nominees from across the country to the Lone Star State. See red carpet and backstage photos of winners.
The storied dance hall, where the Sex Pistols and Merle Haggard once shared a marquee, has undergone a renovation with an eye toward honoring the past.
The former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader designs outfits that negotiate the conflicts between being professionally sexy, staying G-rated, and performing physically demanding work.
The new party VIPs are beer-drinking goats, beer-toting donkeys, and the occasional giraffe.
After decades of visiting the fest, I set out to create an “age-appropriate” schedule packed with talks on menopause and death.
These homegrown designers see no reason not to look cute while you snooze.
Built in 1939, the nightclub once hosted Duke Ellington and Ray Charles. After a $9.7 million renovation, it’ll welcome a new generation of music lovers.
The Equipment Room, now open in the basement of the Hotel Magdalena, is a Japanese-style listening bar designed for serious audiophiles.
We tried to get the perfect Texas blowout with household products ranging from recycled cans to stray socks.
For many women inside Texas prisons, a crumb of color—such as a red ribbon or a floral postage stamp—is against the rules, but worth the potential risk.
With a little bit of faith, John Cockle turned his passion for retail and handcrafted jewelry into a successful business.
From 3D knitting to clean beauty, these panel discussions, keynote speeches, and day-long activations address current topics for the fashion-conscious.
Embroidery artist Jane Reichle creates miniature works of art inspired by iconic Nudie suits, on view in Austin through March 30.
The late art collector and philanthropist from San Antonio transformed a unique space in a historic building where art gallery meets home.
With viewing platforms, walking paths, and an airy modern home that feels like a treehouse, the property has been an idyllic getaway for the Texas Medal of Arts honoree for decades.
Texas hat experts share their tips on how to select a lid that won’t make you look like an idiot.
We sent a novelist to get her cards flipped up and down the state.
People can’t get enough of this Dallas toddler and her product reviews.
With slimmer fits, moisture-wicking materials, and subtle shades, these styles are made for the wide-open plains . . . of Instagram.
When Adrian Layne saw her best-selling print on Target items, she was flattered. Then she was furious.
And everybody won.
Perhaps not. But right now it feels to the South Texas craftsman like his profession is dying.
The towering bouffant has gone out of fashion in Texas. But new styles of outsized tresses are taking its place.
At 87, Houston’s global style icon is as dazzling as ever.
Even people who have never put their boot in a stirrup keep finding new reasons to don these stylish toppers.
Its recent troubles notwithstanding, the Dallas-based brand remains a shrine to good taste.
The once modest coming-out parties have had a coming-out of their own.
Why the Kimbell Art Museum, in Fort Worth, changed the state’s art world—and architectural ambitions—forever.