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Houston Rap by Peter Beste

Think Houston is all cowboys and oil men? Folks can have a lot of preconceived notions about what our city is all about, but this new book might change a little bit of that. “Houston Rap” by photographer Peter Beste from Sinecure Books chronicles the local rap scene providing a look into a world unknown […]

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Winter Garden at Devin Borden Gallery

 Margaret Smithers-Crump “Poised” 2013. Acrylic. Dimensions variable. December is easily the busiest month of the year as everyone prepares for the holidays, but it is also one of the most rewarding. Forget shopping – there is so much going on here in Houston that it’s hard to keep track of what to do during whatever […]

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The Art of Shirting: Joseph Havel

As many of you know, we’ve been in this business since 1883 and have seen pretty much everything that has to do with custom shirts. But every now and then, we’ll come across something special. Most recently, we’ve been inspired by the work of Houston’s very own Joseph Havel – a multidisciplinary visual artist whose […]

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James Turrell Retrospective – MFAH

If you haven’t visited the James Turrell retrospective currently showing at the MFAH, it’s well worth adding it to your calendar. The artist is best known for his atmospheric light installations the most famous of which is currently in progress in a desert crater outside Flagstaff, AZ. James Turrell in front the Roden Crater – […]

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Shirts at the Paris Collections

Sexiest use of mens shirts of all time? I think these might be. Shown during the womens fashions collections in Paris for Fall Winter 13, these three looks created by Undercover by designer Jun Takahashi just might take the cake for most incredible use of menswear cuffs and collars EVER. Images by Filippo Flor for […]

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46 Places to Go in 2013 – New York Times

On January 11th, The New York Times chose the 46 best places to visit during the next year…with obvious choices like Rio (Olympics) Hawaii (of course) and Croatia (Gwynneth goes there)….coming in at lucky number seven was Houston. The piece highlights a few of our top cultural institutions: Rothko Chapel, the new-ish Museum of African […]

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