The 21-story luxury tower adjacent to TMC is finally complete.
Love is in the Air
Ars Lyrica's Mid-Winter Night's Dream Gala broke a fundraising record, too.
More than 700 guests at the 2019 Houston Heart Ball helped fund research and education programs to prevent heart disease and stroke.
The Bling Ring
A $14.7 million diamond, another owned by queens, and a culinary Oscar-worthy spread: Valobra's lavish welcome to Westheimer truly had it all.
Rienzi Society members donated more than $214,000 at Tuesday's annual dinner.
Good Time Gals
The 71st annual charity gala raised $750,000 for the League's community program and volunteer initiatives.
Out and About
More than 600 attendees celebrated the 24th anniversary of Houston's premier fundraising events calendar.
Razzle Dazzle 'Em
As is tradition, the Grammy-nominated early music ensemble ushered in the new year with dinner, a Chicago-style show, plenty of bubbly, and a view of the downtown fireworks.
Very Important Parties
Tyra Banks, pro athletes, acrobatic performers, and a marriage proposal: The city's largest, glitziest gala had it all.
Guests also heard from Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott and keynote speaker Joanna Coles.
The Social Graces Social Club will be the home of the new space.
Notable locals and their favorite food, drinks, music, and fashion were all on display at the Marriott Marquis Houston last Thursday night.
On the Scene
Houston's bold names headed to Burberry to celebrate the debut of Party Girls Die in Pearls.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
"People think we’re bleeding goats and all that kind of stuff. But it’s not nearly as weird as you can imagine.”
Culinary magic happens behind the closed doors of some of Houston's affluent family homes.
The Texas Gulf Coast chapter of the American Red Cross celebrates a century of good works in high style.
Elton John, Karl Lagerfeld and more toast to the incomparable Lynn Wyatt.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
Jason Wu and 700 of Houston's fashion-lovers raised a record-breaking amount for the March of Dimes.
Caroline Starry LeBlanc
Guests were charmed by 12 Houstonian women’s dedication to volunteerism.
Over three hundred Houstonians kicked off Mardi Gras in style with Houston Eye Associates Foundation and Prevent Blindness Texas.