Consignment Goes Upscale: Luxury Garage Sale Brings White Glove Service (and Perks) to Bargains

by Series Correspondent

A curated selection of luxury handbags, designer apparel and luxe accessories, plus personalized white glove service from on-staff stylists. These are the hallmarks of Luxury Read

Luxury Garage Sale brings high-end luxe items at cheaper prices.

Where to Get Your Texas On: Houston’s Best Havens for Modern Cowboys and Cowgirls

As much as we Houstonians consider ourselves metropolitan sophisticates, we can’t escape the Western fashion wanderlust. Happily, the city is chock-full of places to satisfy Read

In need of standout boots? Head to Lucchese.

Suave Italian Designer Stars with Houston’s Best Dressed: Soccer in Cashmere Never Looked So Good

“Everyday luxury,” the term once considered an oxymoron, has gained international acceptance thanks to the transformative talents of Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli. After all, the man Read


In the dining room, Japanese scroll from the house where Achor Hayes grew up. Chopping
block was a 1980s flea-market find. Carved wooden santos collection includes pieces
from her parents and a gold-crowned virgin, a gift from Todd Oldham and Tony Longoria.

Mega Star Judges Revealed: PaperCity Houston Design Awards Bring Major Talents to Table — Enter Before It’s Too Late

The Houston PaperCity Design Awards entry period is in full swing and will come to a close Sunday, April 16. Now in its 10th year, the Houston PaperCity Design Awards recognize outstanding Read

A Newcomers Guide to Picking Your Texas Electricity Provider: The Real Power of Choice

by Series Correspondent

Choice is a powerful thing. Having a good one can change your way of looking at the world. Newcomers to Texas might not even realize Read

The ability to choose your energy provider opens up a world of possibilities.

Dallas’ Top 5 Airbnb Rentals: The Stunning Homes Travelers Lust After (and Book Again and Again)

by Emily Ward

In under a decade, Airbnb has transformed the once taboo idea of staying in a complete stranger’s home into a preferred method of travel. Vacationers Read

Who doesn't want to live on their own estate in Dallas?

Houston’s Art Hermit: Dynamic Talent Insists on a Simple Life, Shuns Monetary Rewards to Promote Peace

photography Jenny Antill Clifton

INSIDE THE MONK-LIKE PURITY OF ACTIVIST AND ARTIST FORREST PRINCE’S HOME Forrest Prince lives a modest life — resembling a hermit who has taken a Read

Hot Shops and Top Restaurants Get a New Neighbor: Public Art Transforms Fort Worth’s Hottest Development

by Brooke Roberts

Fort Worth’s thriving new mixed-use development WestBend is home to many hot shops and restaurants (HG Sply Co., Pax & Parker, Core Power Yoga, East Read

Photographs from the Amon Carter Museum are on display at WestBend in Fort Worth.

Dallas’ Next Generation Music Star: This Worldly Young Maestro Adjusts to Life in Texas

When Ruth Reinhardt was 6 years old, she took up the violin — simply because her older sister had. “Doesn’t the younger one always want Read

Ruth Reinhardt, here at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, is the Dallas Symphony Orchestra's assistant conductor.

Dallas’ British Force is the Toast of New York: Cheerleaders, Sexy Surfaces and Pop-Culture Illusions Abound

When I last spent time with Richard Patterson, surrounded by his extremely complex and captivating works, it was 2009 in Dallas, when I curated a Read

Houston’s Jazz Church Searches for a Home: Is the City’s Hidden Music Legacy in Danger of Being Lost?

It’s a dark and cold evening, but a group of true believers has gathered for a higher purpose. A diverse crowd of 20 clusters in Read

The Jazz Church of Houston's Tierney Malone



A Haunting $1 Million Houston Night: This Enchanting Ball Goes to the Graveyard

photography Priscilla Dickson, Wilson Parish

Was this a Halloween redux, a Mardi Gras masquerade or did we get the date wrong? The welcome to the Houston Ballet Ball was anything Read

Ballet Ball
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