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.
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.
The ‘1883’ actor, who lives in Fort Worth, picked up some tips on the 6666 Ranch.
Our photographer captured all the leather (and the luxury) on race attendees from near and far.
Rick Perry rides a gunboat. Ted Cruz goes militiaman. Ron DeSantis and George P. Bush try their best.
Apple, Cartier, Tiffany, and other tastemakers in art and fashion bask in the glow created by Lucifer Lighting.
Trendsetters, bargain hunters, and folks who just love to dig through piles of clothes, we’ve got the list for you.
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.
Anna Simmers unwinds from long days at MD Anderson Cancer Center by bringing cityscapes, flowers, and art masterpieces to life.
Uniquka Christian hosts classes for young aspiring fashion designers through her program, Student ICONS.
The style, which proliferated on TikTok, says “I’m down to party, but not till I pick these wildflowers.“
For Sabah’s first U.S. factory, founder Mickey Ashmore, a Dallas native, turned to his home state.
The Texas Rangers’ new uniform design takes great pains—including the creation of a new, mythical mascot—to make fans throughout the Metroplex feel seen.
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 former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader designs outfits that negotiate the conflicts between being professionally sexy, staying G-rated, and performing physically demanding work.
These homegrown designers see no reason not to look cute while you snooze.
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.
With slimmer fits, moisture-wicking materials, and subtle shades, these styles are made for the wide-open plains . . . of Instagram.
And everybody won.
Perhaps not. But right now it feels to the South Texas craftsman like his profession is dying.
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.
Now that cowboy boots have flown the ranch and headed to the runway, it’s time for us to embrace the belt buckle.
The 55-year-old designer encourages her almost two million social media followers—especially older women—to dress with confidence, style, and panache.
Originally from Haiti, Paola Mathè has expanded her Fanm Djanm line to include bucket hats, headbands, and caftans.
Thanks to a memorabilia boom and another Astros World Series trip, Houston has become a hotbed for rare hat collectors.
In his new memoir, the Instagram star recounts his childhood in Austin and how he found his way in the fashion world.
The Fort Worth apparel company celebrates a century as a blank cultural canvas.
The ‘Project Runway’ winner could have stayed in New York. Instead, she chose to build an empire at home in H-town.
Despite my frustrations with our state’s politics, I love our flag and think it belongs to Texans of all persuasions. Trouble is, I can’t seem to find a pair that fits.
A Houston woman is miffed by her boyfriend’s reaction to a thoughtful gift.
Bobby Sakowitz dressed Houston’s most stylish through the seventies and eighties boom years. Then things went bust.
The compelling biography, by Amy Odell, tells the story of the ‘Vogue’ titan’s controversial decades at the helm of fashion.
An Austinite living in Washington, D.C., worries about the consequences of sporting pricey designer footwear.
Super Yaki’s shirts give movie lovers permission to let their freak flags fly.
The outdoor apparel company sells its gear to surfers, bluegrass musicians, fly fishermen, and Jimmy Kimmel.
Jenny Nemlekar, who makes custom leather bags from her suburban home studio, learned to knit as a way to communicate with her Vietnamese grandmother.
Combine Dolly Parton with Stevie Nicks, and you get the idea.
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.
Reagan Wells, aka @ReaganRetro, turned my family’s history into an actual history lesson for thousands of TikTok followers—and helped me process my grief.