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Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Mar 21 - 9:38am

by Mariana Rivas Whitney Howell is in the business of small businesses — the owner of Shop Small Fort Worth has spent the last three years providing opportunities for local brands to sell products through Shop Small’s pop-up events or utilize its showroom and coworking space, The...

Posted By Jenny B. Davis on 2019 Jan 25 - 9:59am

Sweethearts and sappy letters, while welcome, might have a difficult time flooring your valentine on their own. We recommend diving into your wallet a tad for these ultimate shimmering, glittering symbols of love. Precious Time As one of the most esteemed horologists in Europe, Abraham-Louis...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Nov 5 - 11:21am

Style of Sam
We all probably know and love the big bloggers like Danielle Bernstein and Chiara Ferragni, but there are bloggers shaping the fashion and lifestyle world right here in Fort Worth. by Erin Pinkham We all probably know and love the big bloggers like Danielle Bernstein and Chiara Ferragni, but...

Posted By Jenny B. Davis on 2018 Sep 18 - 2:50pm

Davi Shoes
When Gabe Williams needs a reminder of why he left a cushy corporate job with Nike to become a sneaker entrepreneur, he just has to look down at his arm. From elbow to wrist stretches a dramatic rendering of a scrappy fighter facing a phalanx of armored soldiers led by a warrior wielding an axe. It...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2018 Mar 27 - 3:33pm

New York Fashion Week’s spring runways had an undeniably cohesive message: It’s time to embrace the power of femininity. How do you do that with clothes? Garments that say, “We are here.” Bright mixed and monochromatic hues, punchy prints, sequins and statements ­...

Posted By Amber Bell on 2018 Jan 17 - 4:58pm

Sarah Means and Lizzie Means Duplantis have always had two things: each other and their boots. “Lizzie would wear them with pencil skirts, turtlenecks and blazers to work in the Financial District,” recalls Sarah, “and I styled them with ripped denim and slouchy sweaters in SoHo....

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2018 Jan 4 - 9:19am

Elaine Agather is changing clothes in a horse stall inside Will Rogers Memorial Center when I ask her how she managed life as a working mom with two young daughters early on in her career. To be specific, she’s changing from a rhinestone-covered red, white and blue Western suit to a...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 May 17 - 10:55am

| photography by Emily Stoker | Local design guru Hilary Rose Walker was working as junior designer for a Dallas firm and just about ready to leave the world of interior design altogether. “I wanted to be up on my feet more, working with a team and making things with my hands,” she...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Apr 12 - 4:04pm

TCU’s women’s basketball coach may wear stilettos on the sideline, but if she had her way, she’d suit up with her team.

Raegan Pebley still wears heels at 6-foot-3. The courtside attire of the TCU women’s basketball coach often consists of feminine blouses, dresses or pencil skirts – a look that the team’s administrative assistant, Jodi Christian, describes as “classic and understated....

Posted By Nicole Crites on 2016 Sep 21 - 3:01pm

Kacey Cargile and Alyson Johnson were just two best friends working together when they decided to step out on their own and become entrepreneurs in 2014. The duo opened Esther Penn, which went on to become one of Fort Worth’s most popular and fashion-forward boutiques, on West Seventh Street...

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