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Up your festival fashion game in time for Austin City Limits
October 9, 2018
Music festivals aren’t just a time to hear good tunes, but also an opportunity to flaunt the bold and colorful styles that may not be appropriate for class. Austin City Limits brings out some of the best musicians and the best of festival fashion.
Austin’s first recreational ax-throwing venue is bullseye
October 2, 2018
Urban Axes is Austin’s first indoor ax-throwing experience. Whether it’s trying something new or relieving stress, the venue opened up in 2017 and offers an unforgettable experience of throwing sharp objects.
CBD oil offers all the chill without the high
September 13, 2018
CBD oil, short for cannabidiol, is popping up in products ranging from smoothie add-ons at JuiceLand to Willie Nelson’s new line of CBD infused coffee grounds.
Austin’s Laissez Fair Vintage Market incorporates fashion and charity
May 3, 2018
In a city full of farmers markets and artisans, some Austinites may not know about the booming vintage scene.
Dimension Fashion Show features designs of UT students from the classroom to the catwalk
April 25, 2018
For more than 50 years, senior UT textiles and apparel students have showcased their technical and artistic prowess by dazzling audiences with radiant prints and colors through their clothing collections at the annual UT fashion show.
Silk Club’s zine bridges art and activism within Asian-American community
April 19, 2018
When one thinks of activism, a picture of people standing in the street holding signs is what probably comes to mind. But where do artists, poets, photographers and writers fit into this picture?
Austin Intercultural Network brings the world to the runway
April 9, 2018
Coco Chanel said the world is the runway, but for the five designers who showcased their clothes at the Austin Intercultural Fashion Show, the runway should reflect the world.
Seventh annual Texas Vegfest event set for Saturday
April 5, 2018
Hosting a plant-based festival in a state known for brisket and barbecue may seem risky, but since everything’s bigger in the Lone Star State, many argue there is plenty of room for a Texas-sized vegan food festival.
Veganism extends beyond diet — learn more about vegan tattoos and why they’re all the rage
April 1, 2018
Although many shops offer vegan inks, there’s more animal derived products part of the tattoo process, from stenciling to aftercare, making vegans rethink where they get their tattoos.
Cost of convenience: Is grocery delivery worth it?
March 26, 2018
In a world where virtually anything can be delivered to your doorstep in a matter of minutes, buying groceries through an app is the latest convenience at your fingertips.
Six ways to make the most of your spring break in Austin
March 8, 2018
If you need some inspiration on how to spend your spring break, no fear! The Daily Texan has compiled a list of the best things to make sure your Austin #staycation is one to remember.
Minimalists substitute clutter with clarity to simplify life
February 27, 2018
Dara Zycherman’s apartment represents her passions. As a musician and minimalist, Zycherman isn’t going for a certain look, but rather, practicality.
Have an abundance of clothes? Here’s how to get the most for your old threads
February 20, 2018
Spring is right around the corner, and while clearing out your closet can be good, making money off your gently used clothes is even better.