There’s primeval magic in ordinary fashions.
Travels with Eric Kimmel, l’enfant terrible of Dallas, Paris, and a Limoges jail.
What happens when ordinary people put on extraordinary clothes?
With these lively Mexican skirts, what goes around comes around.
Seven outstanding young Texas design students translate their visions of fairy tales, Greek goddesses, and Catholic rituals into fashion statements.
Texas’ most famous dress designer dreamed up the perfect evening gown for the average American woman—it’s frilly, it’s flashy, and it’s a $300 copy of a $15,000 Paris original.
Shopping from catalogs can keep you in fashion and out of the malls.
Up for sale in Dallas, the Shanbaum house boasts a whopping 28,000 square feet and what may be Texas’ most comprehensive collection of sixties and seventies kitsch—along with a $2.75 million price tag.
Whether it’s made of straw or ermine, this is the cowboy hat.
Warm spring days call for giving in to new clothes and a neck-baring hairdo.
In the sixties a small company in Medina produced a wooden box decorated with rhinestones. It became a Texas tradition.
Quick! Get out your furs before it gets hot again.
Who’s who, and who’s doing what to whom: a brief guide.
What you won’t see from Dallas designers is lots of froufrou. What you will see is a look tailored for the working woman.
When buyers and sellers converge on Dallas’s Apparel Mart for a week-long orgy of fashionable commerce, high style and discriminating taste confront the cold reality of the bottom line.
Where else but the Galleria could you find a lavender lace Western dress, a Persian turquoise necklace, and Texas’ most expensive potato chips?
Houston welcomes a classy Paris fashion designer with a rootin', tootin', ripsnortin' wild West show.
The newest style of manly hatwear.
“Plastics,” the man whispered to Dustin Hoffman in ‘The Graduate,’ and plastics—transformed from junk into art—it is.
Fans: lovely to look at, delightful to feel.
When is a wall not a wall? When it's a work of art.
Southwestern is out, Southern is in. Here’s how to renew our charter membership.
Texas fashion is not exactly a rags-to-riches story.
The Greenhouse is where the rich and the chic go to play I spa.
From alpha to omega, you can’t tell the sorority girls apart without a scorecard.
Especially for sorority sisters.
If the boot fits, wear it.
Splendor in the suburbs.
Sole food for Middle America.
Four interior designers tell what they can do within four walls.
In some cases beauty is not even skin deep.
Since our wearables often become unbearable, here’s a bold alternative.
The Apparel Mart in Dallas clothes Middle America. Their merchandise may not win many fashion awards, but it sells, and sells, and sells.
From underwear to trenchcoats, everything you never knew about men's fashions answered.
Two women on a shopping trip in Dallas and San Antonio reveal the fashion secret rarely told--how to develop your own style.