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.
Austin's bibliophiles get a slicked up new playpen.
Josh Block, Leon Bridges’s producer, and his family give us a tour of the Cowtown they love.
Austin entrepreneur Larry McGuire's work on restaurants and other projects has sparked a new kind of cool in the capital city and beyond.
Amy and Brian Kleinwatcher, the owners of Old World Antieks, give us a peek inside their Round Top home built almost entirely out of salvaged materials.
A cluster of creative types has set up shop in Chip and Joanna Gaines’s suddenly hot hometown.
The restaurant promises French ambiance, pastries, and a raw bar in downtown Austin.
Dream of building your own medieval fortress? You aren’t alone.
A look back on the work of the celebrated Austin architect who defined the city’s modern vernacular.
The shirts are intended to raise awareness. For what? Livin.
Here’s to last-minute getaways before summer is a distant memory.
Liz Lambert’s hotels have a stunning, often imitated style. But where does the trendsetter get her ideas? We asked her.
Hankering for a little beach time? Here are a few of our favorite sandy spots to escape to this summer.
A young family and their minimalist-meets-rustic dream home in the Hill Country.
Soaps, oils, and scrubs from the Rose Capital of Texas.
Whether you are angling for a prime fishing spot or simply seeking out the sun, celebrate summer next to a beautiful body of water.
Think camp is just for kids? Kelly DeWitt Norman and Travis Norman invite you to spend a day in the Hill Country learning something new: how to weld.
David Bond of Lucky B Design journeys across the state, painting soon-to-be iconic signs all along the way.
Keeping baseball pure at Kokernot Field, out in far West Texas.
For these two friends, every day is flag day.
This just in: Texas Monthly’s curated BBQ Collection of made-in-Texas artisan goods.
In the search for the perfect dive bar, a writer discovered another hidden gem—the Mosheim school.
A family breathes new life into a historic King William home with their eclectic style.
How to celebrate Mom this weekend? Here are our top picks from local shops across Texas.
Cristina Lynch honors her Mexican heritage at a fiesta to remember in her family’s inspired home.
We found fast cars, big skies, and a whole bunch of daredevils at this annual high-speed race weekend out west.
Former Neiman Marcus fashion exec and fanatical antiques collector Derrill Osborn, at home in his Dallas apartment, where red and green reign supreme.
How Rob Flurry's childhood reading forged his passion for sword and knife making.
Breaking ground— and betting big—on a doomsday community for the rich.
A family of four trades in their home in Keller for a life under the Texas stars.
Modern living on a historical East Texas homestead.
By oil, acrylic, pen, or from behind the lens, meet a selection of the state's artists to watch.
Mining the stories of estate sale artifacts in photographer Norm Diamond’s book, What Is Left Behind.
We put on our walking shoes and hopped a bus to Texas’s antiques mecca. Here are some of the treasures we found.
Sheila Youngblood, the owner of Rancho Pillow, gives us an exclusive look at her whimsical Austin home.
In San Antonio, a young designer finds success selling his jeans, shirts, and kimonos(!) directly to customers.
Is the Houston Heights turning into a Little Louisiana?
Long live Northwest Mall!
Well, sort of.