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  • What to Wear in Austin’s Hottest Social Season

    The social season is at its heaviest in April and May when the weather is on its best behavior in Texas. Here are some tips for what to wear in Austin when the invitation calls for Austin chic, cocktail, black-tie optional and ladies luncheon. Austin has its own style, and these “attire guidelines” could mean […]

  • SXSW Party Picks 2017

    LOCAL FAVORITES MARCH 15-18 Waterloo Records Day Party Catch some of the best bands performing the festival at this free 4-day party at Austin’s favorite record store. Artists do signings after their set! MARCH 15-19 South x San Jose The party is filled with music and pop-up shops south of the river. Always and forever […]

  • WHAT TO WEAR: SXSW 2017

    SXSW Film We love this silky, black and white pinstripe jumper. Paired with a metallic clutch and a lacy peekaboo top, you are ready to go from day film viewings to the evening red carpets. The wide long sleeves are on trend for the season as is the lace. We are also highlighting the strappy […]

  • RECAP: Preludes and Accolades

    Last Tuesday, community leaders, donors and supporters packed Bauer House, the official home of UT System Chancellor Bill McRaven, for Preludes and Accolades, the kickoff to the annual St. David’s Foundation “Toast of the Town” party series. 2017 Chair Lesa Rossick and Vice Chair Tobie Funte Flannery were on hand as one of the biggest lineups for Toast of the […]

  • RECAP: Texas Medal of Arts Awards

    Earlier this week, Texas legends and luminaries including Kenny Rogers, Kris Kristofferson, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Lynn Wyatt, Scott Pelley, Yolanda Adams, plus Eloise and John Paul DeJoria were named the 2017 honorees for the Texas Medal of Arts Awards in Austin. The gala evening, presented by the Texas Cultural Trust, was held in the theater and in a tent outside of Bass […]

  • RECAP: CASAblanca Gala

    Last Saturday, nearly 650 of Austin’s brightest stars gathered at the JW Marriott for CASAblanca, an evening of fun, philanthropy and old Hollywood glamour, benefiting CASA of Travis County. This annual gala raised a record $645,000 for CASA, enough for the child-welfare organization to provide volunteer advocates for 430 children in the foster care system for […]