The i List for November

Airstream Dreams

If a road trip isn’t a road trip without an Airstream travel trailer, you’ll want to hitch your dreams to the newly redesigned 2015 Airstream Classic. Inspired by the feedback of passionate customers, the makers of the legendary “silver bullet” have reimagined and upgraded just about every nook and cranny to elevate travelers’ home-away-from-home experience. Think high-end cherrywood cabinetry, high-polish Corian countertops and Kohler faucets in the kitchen; Villa furniture, including power reclining seats and power-adjustable queen bed; low-energy, high-visibility LEDs; marine-grade Polk stereo system; a hidden air-duct system for climate control, and much more. The 2015 Classic is available now, starting at about $121,720. Vogt RV Centers Towable Store, 5301 Airport Freeway, Fort Worth, 817-831-1800, Read more

The i List for October

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The i List for September

Tiffany & Co.’s T-rrific New Collection

Sometimes, it takes a woman to shake things up. Consider, for instance, the case of Tiffa... Read more

The i List for August

Sit in Style

Recliners are shockingly ugly but insidiously comfortable. Even renaming them “motion furniture” did not make u... Read more

The i List for July

Unleashing the Horse

Crystal manufacturer Riedel has had fun with decanters lately, offering wine-pouring vessels that look like snake... Read more

The i List for June

Spruce Up the View

Gallery One Window Fashions, new in Southlake, has a family history rooted in window design. Owned by Gary and Juli... Read more

The i List for May

Celebrating Hermès Scarf Artist Kermit Oliver

Across Texas, it has become the stuff of legend: An African-American postal worker ... Read more

The i List for April

Blinged Out Boots

You may have seen the incredible Swarovski-encrusted boots created by crystal artist Jacqi Bling on TV — they&#... Read more

The i List for March


It’s hard to believe the world lost Van Cliburn just over one year... Read more

The i List for February


In 1986 when Marla Price first arrived in Fort Worth for her new assignment as curat... Read more