Because you know you’ve always wanted to kick it up.
In midlife, a Dallasite finds a new career as a jewelry maker.
These San Antonio leather-workers keep it all in the family.
As Houston basketball fans mourn the end of the Rockets season, we remember the efforts of one of the team’s all-time greats.
A novice Austin jewelry maker catches Anthropologie’s eye.
The giant avatar of the Texas State Fair returns once more—and his new duds let you know where he's from.
When throngs of shoe fanatics descend on Houston for the annual Sneaker Summit, it’s the perfect time to understand the sole of a man. And if you happen to be a high school junior named Adam, the goal is finding the right pair of Nike Galaxies for a mere $750.
Amber Venz was just a pretty Dallas girl with good taste and a blog, until she figured out something revolutionary: how to make money with every post. Meet the 27-year-old queen of a whole new fashion empire.
A Houston textile designer shows that the art of dyeing isn't dying.
Sock it to him!
Handcrafted leather bags that tell a story.
The mall is a flat circle, at which one can buy McConaughey's "just keep livin" line of menswear at Dillard's.
Kathie Sever’s nice threads.
Our unofficial state boot maker works to reposition itself as a luxury brand.
The sneakerhead subculture descended on Houston in November for a major convention, and streetwear company Karmaloop offers an inside look.
There’s no hiding these hides.
On both ends of Texas, discount "plastic surgeons" have been shooting people full of potentially fatal substances.
J.C. Penney is trying desperately to revive its brand after a disastrous stint by former CEO Ron Johnson. Let's revisit some of his biggest missteps.
Denim has never looked or lasted better.
Owner Mark Cuban personally curated the ten finalists from a selection of finalists—and it seems like Mark Cuban may have bad taste in jerseys.
TXDOT, which holds the trademark to the circa-1985 antilittering slogan, has issued over 100 cease-and-desist letters to companies using the slogan since 2000. Somehow, all of these slipped through the cracks.
Q: I was born and raised in Texas and have resided in New York City for the past couple of years. On a recent trip back home, I visited a friend on his ranch in West Texas and was mocked unmercifully for wearing skinny jeans. I will admit that the jeans
Our national shoe always looks good, rugged or gussied up.
Because when you’ve got it, flaunt it.
Scouring the mall for America’s next top model.
They protect you from rain and shine, sure. But they oughta look good too.
Thirty-four years after showing his 1979 Chloé collection at Houston's Neiman Marcus, the designer plans to show his Chanel collection in Dallas in 2014.
The Texas border city sneaks onto a list of consumer markets that buy the most "sweats and sweat items" each year.
Old Navy confused the Houston Texans with the American Football League-era Houston Oilers, proclaiming the team to be the "1961 AFC Champions."
The Grapevine pastor starts a fashion blog to help Christians "set the standard for the rest of the world in fashion as well as faith."
Twenty-year-old Jane Aldridge draws 400,000 readers to her style blog, Sea of Shoes, each month; has appeared in Vanity Fair; and once attended a private dinner with Karl Lagerfeld. The secret to her success? That she won’t leave Dallas behind.
Style blogger Jane Aldridge on where she likes to go in Texas to get her goods.
Which fashion type are you? If you live in Houston, read on. Our writer was watching you.
Mickey Rosmarin on selling high-end women's fashion.
A strand-by-strand look at the roots of a Texas phenomenon.
Anne Dingus on Lonesome Dove, Chester Rosson on Scott Joplin, Michael Hall on Buddy Holly, Don Graham on Giant, John Morthland on Ornette Coleman, Eileen Schwartz on Greater Tuna, Jennifer Olsen on Conan the Barbarian, and Michael Ennis on the painter of the century.
“We have an unrelenting interest in seeing that the custom is well served.”
Comfort, style, and identity are a few of the reasons why Texans will be forever in blue jeans.
There are countless theories about why Dallas women are so crazy about makeup, but there's something approaching a consensus about the place to buy it. Which is why, against all odds, I found myself at the NorthPark Center Neiman's.
From buckskin to polyester, a look at 166 years of Texas fashion that doesn’t skirt the issues.
Man makes the clothes.
Six heirloom-worthy pieces that really do grow on trees.
For when you need a beautiful shirt that can be removed quickly.
Six variations on the choicest form of jewelry for a cowgirl. Or boy.
The only American ever to design scarves for the exclusive French fashion house Hermès is Kermit Oliver, a 69-year-old postal worker from Waco who lives in a strange and beautiful world all his own.
From rugs to bags to pillows, a little hair never hurt anyone.
Texas A&M and ADIDAS unveiled the Aggies's brand-new, ready-for-the SEC football uniforms on Thursday.
Jason Sheeler, who wrote about the Dallas-based fashion blogger for the April issue of TEXAS MONTHLY, responds to the sea of controversy unleashed by his profile.
"News 8 Daybreak" sits down with Aldridge and TEXAS MONTHLY contributor Jason Sheeler, who profiles her in the April issue.
Renowned photographer Mario Sorrenti visited Cadillac Ranch with a band of models in December for a spread that ran in the magazine's March issue.