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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...

Posted By Holland Sanders on 2015 Jun 17 - 12:16pm

photography by Alex Lepe

Bulgarian born and 2009 TCU business graduate Ivet Taneva has set her sights high for her new Fort Worth fashion start up. Taneva, who in 2014 launched her shoe and handbag business, Rebel with Cause, founded the brand on the principles of high quality, eco-friendly products at an affordable price...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Apr 21 - 4:46pm

Eclectic style meets modern farmhouse

| photography by Alex Lepe | In every aspect of their lives, Melissa and Jamey Ice mix the old and the new, finding treasures in little things that others have tossed aside. They are story collectors, culture builders and curators of their lives and the lives of others. They also have a...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2015 Apr 21 - 9:15am

Style and music collide this month in our cover story highlighting local soul singer/songwriter Leon Bridges (Coming Home, page 32) and in our Inside Design feature that showcases the home of Green River Ordinance band member Jamey Ice (The Ice House, page 54). Jamey and his wife, Melissa,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Nov 18 - 5:24pm

| by Holland Sanders |

Whether you are heading to the mountains or a metropolitan mecca this winter, leather is a travel essential no wanderlusting woman can live without. From soft, supple skirts to form-fit leggings, ladies everywhere are incorporating this style trend into their list of fall favorites. Aspen...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jun 13 - 1:20pm

When Fashion Meets Function

| by Lexi Johnson | Fashionable and durable are not two words most of us can use to describe our travel accessories. This month, the two meet at W Durable Goods where they produce classic and modern products that are everlasting. The neutrality of leather accessories creates the perfect...

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