The fourth largest city in the nation, Houston is arguably the style capital of the South. It's home to a Project Runway winner and more than a dozen distinct shopping areas, with retail that runs the gamut from vintage to high-end designer.
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The Shop at Bayou Bend offers a unique retail experience on the grounds of one of Houston’s most treasured institutions. Located on the first floor of the Lora Jean Kilroy Visitor and Education Read more »
Modern western wear has come a long way from rhinestones and Rocky Mountains. Pinto Ranch exemplifies the changes with its array of clothing, boots, jewelry and yes, even saddles, at its Post Oak Read more »
Located in northwest Houston—off of U.S. Highway 290 West in Cypress—Houston Premium Outlets offers upscale outlet shopping at a savings of 25 to 65 percent every day. The center features 145 designer Read more »
Marketed as “vertically integrated manufacturing”—which means that the brand’s entire production process is completed in the same warehouse—American Apparel boasts clothes made in downtown L.A. by Read more »
The founders of 18 Hands Gallery are all ceramic artists who met in many contexts, but came together as a group through their work in educational and non-profit arts initiatives such as the Read more »
With locations in California, Washington, Nevada, and Texas, 99 Ranch Market has expanded rapidly because of its popularity within the Asian community. Its first store opened in Westminster, Read more »
It’s been more than 15 years since Betty Newton and Cristiana Anderson launched their accessories biz, à bientôt. The duo is known for their array of jewelry, bags and scarves, many of which are Read more »
A shop for Euro-fashionistas. The mostly Italian fashion labels sold are pricey and stylish: Brioni, Zanella, Palzileria, Belvest, Esteano Ricci, Bruno Magli, Blumarine and Versace. Their on-site Read more »
Abejas Boutique—named after the Spanish word for bumble bee—has created a fashionable buzz along Kirby Drive since owner Christina Mitchell opened the shop in 1996.Located next to Azuma Sushi, the Read more »
Chosen as one of the top architectural salvage dealers in the country by This Old House magazine, Adkins Architectural Antiques has been offering an eclectic mix of architectural salvage and period Read more »