These inspired collections from three Austin-based brands include everything from bluebonnets to Prada Marfa.
At the state-level drag pageant, senior queens sparkle, lip-synch, and try to forget that queer rights in Texas are under siege.
After two years of canceled or dampened celebrations, high schoolers head back to prom in Texas—and, as the teens told us, they are ready to party.
From upcycled children’s clothing to knives made with material from retired battleships, these small businesses are committed to sustainability.
Groups of friends are trooping into shops around the state, where you can customize your headgear with dried flowers, charms, and burned-on designs.
In downtown Sanderson, shoppers can get lost in aisles overflowing with eclectic items, old and new.
If a husband and wife can quarantine together, they can get manicures together.
An anxious multitasker faces her fears by spending an hour in a Dallas sensory deprivation pod. If it worked for the Cowboys, then it could work for her.
Welcome to the Big D-Tox.
La Cantera and Lake Austin Spa offer many options for couples and friends. Massage table for two, anyone?
Viral videos of the Baker Hotel and Spa offer an inside look at what it takes to restore an architectural gem.
Known for her handmade Fiesta gowns, San Antonio’s Veronica Prida co-launched a line of hair accessories and veils for weddings and other special occasions.
In Jefferson, a couple has spent a lifetime gathering clocks, telephones, maps, and other minutiae of the human race.
The Eagle, a gathering place for kinksters and activists for 25 years, closed in 2020. Now, the local leather community has an uncertain future.
Born out of the Great Depression, the pieces are still handcrafted in San Angelo and are in as much demand as ever.
The brand will now contract with “community stylists,” who will sell jewelry to friends and family for a commission.
Stephanie Moore and Jason Russel Waller’s country oasis includes a historic house, a massive workshop, and a Western-themed barn turned bar.
One of the most inspiring subjects I’ve met in five decades of interviews is Diane Rose, an acclaimed quilter who sees life through the eye of a needle.
When not on display at the Dallas Museum of Art, Walter Erwin’s beloved collection lives in a custom-built addition to his home.
W.R. Dallas has been crafting western furniture since 1929. The company’s iconic pieces have appeared everywhere from Hollywood films to hotel chains.
Bet you can't guess which old-time crooner's front door is, for some reason, included on the oil billionaire's property.
Super Yaki’s shirts give movie lovers permission to let their freak flags fly.
Nosheen Iqbal incorporates her Pakistani heritage into the embroidery and wood pieces that she crafts in her home studio near Dallas.
The newly engaged can learn a lot from the microwedding trend of the past two years.
The writer’s home, which is partly buried deep in the earth, integrates with nature just a few miles from downtown Austin.
The outdoor apparel company sells its gear to surfers, bluegrass musicians, fly fishermen, and Jimmy Kimmel.
Inside the $37.5 million University Park mega-mansion a couple is building on spec.
The late sculptor Robert Bruno's unfinished home—a Lubbock-area landmark—is becoming a vacation rental. His friends are distressed.
Houston-area couple Stacee Lynn and Oliver Bell are helping to revolutionize steel construction with their tricked-out and stylish barndominiums.
For a peaceful oasis, follow these tips from an expert at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.
A creation by Dallas's Alfonso Hernandez is the pièce de résistance of any party.
Offering respite to seekers of any faith, the cultural center on Allen Parkway will also have a cafe, black box theater, and social halls.
Presenting 30 ideas sure to please everyone from the newest Texan to the most stressed-out friend on your list.
You’ll bring the party with you with one of these gifts for the host or gourmand.
Jenny Nemlekar, who makes custom leather bags from her suburban home studio, learned to knit as a way to communicate with her Vietnamese grandmother.
A sign of the times on a showstopping Hill Country peak.
Brownsville native Beth Bugdaycay takes the concept of a good luck charm to a whole other level with her Foundrae line of handmade gold chains, medallions, and more.
Combine Dolly Parton with Stevie Nicks, and you get the idea.
This South Texas community has embraced the extravagant corsage. Whether a mum is DIY or professionally made, it’s all about the sparkle.
It’s a chance to buy your holiday presents early, the way you always swear you will.
It can be lifted only with a construction crane.
After a year of solitary pandemic quilting, devotees of East Texas fabric mothership Stitchin’ Heaven take over Fort Worth, ready to bond—and spend.
Pinks and purples dominated the stages at ACL Fest, whether Charley Crockett's dashing lavender suit or Marc Rebillet's fluttering pink-trimmed bathrobe.
Fringe, cowboy hats, boots—and more fringe—dominate the style choices of this year’s ACL Fest attendees.
These homegrown brands and designers can help you rock your look at this fall’s events, from ACL to Astroworld.
Landscape designer James Burnett shares how to plant a backyard oasis for any weather.
A new book explores the recent work and landscape-driven philosophy of the esteemed San Antonio architecture firm.
Nao Tomii takes us along for the ride as he applies his background in sculpture to creating one-of-a-kind bikes in his studio.
Joella Gammage Torres uses the same tools as her grandfather and father at the celebrated hat shop in Lockhart, which has topped the heads of Willie Nelson, Jerry Jeff Walker, and many more.
The prickly invasive weeds are cropping up all over Etsy and eBay.