Houston’s Beth Muecke: Up Close & Personal

There’s a strong chance you know Beth Muecke, who seems to be at every fashionable and philanthropic event in Houston. The lady knows her style and has devoted a significant social media fan following at BethieLife.com. Here, our Lance Avery Morgan catches up with her to learn more about her chic point of view.

Houston’s Carolyn Farb: The Magic Is In The Mix

Carolyn Farb is a Texas legend, pure and simple. Patroness of the arts and humanities, her fame for fundraising paralleled Houston’s meteoric climb on the national scene and hasn’t stopped yet. Here, in an exclusive interview, she muses on her favorite things with social arbiter and her dear friend, Lance Avery Morgan

DALLAS: DIFFA’s Fashion Forward List

The Hilton Anatole in Dallas was the site this year of the annual House of DIFFA gala. Always one of Texas’ most fun and best produced galas, the event drew over 1,400 of the state’s most notable philanthropists, sociables, fashionistas, and community activists who look to make a positive impact on their community.

Sumptuous & Sparkling: Honorary Texan Bob Mackie Shares Career Insight

Legendary designer Bob Mackie is on top like never before. His dazzling work is being featured at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum’s new Diva exhibit starting June 24. From designing costumes for the recent Broadway musical, The Cher Show, to being collected and worn by so many current celebs, he shares his insider Hollywood secrets as he joins our cultural avatar Lance Avery Morgan as they explore some of the highlights and memorable career moments in Mackie’s rarified world.

Stylish Legacy: Kat + Noelle Boutique Opens In Dallas

Dallas has become more stylish than ever. We love that Park Cities resident Shannon Jud recently opened Kat + Noelle, a family owned and operated boutique located in The Pavilion on Lovers Lane. The venue offers a unique, curated collection of resort-inspired women’s apparel and accessories, fragrances, home décor, and gifts. The boutique, named after Jud’s two daughters, Hannah Katherine and Harper Noelle, who frequent the shop if they aren’t found working there.