FeaturesLife StyleThe Giving Season


By Debbie AndersonNovember 24, 2021November 26th, 2021No Comments

Photos by 360 West staff and courtesy of the makers

This sturdy toolbox is made from one piece of steel thanks to a unique metal folding process. It’s perfect for artist supplies, too. Available in silver, military green or black.

$44, Nasher Sculpture Center Store

The Barnes Collection leather frame with contrasting stitching comes in two sizes; one holds a 5-by-7-inch photo, the other an 8-by-10 image. Either can be displayed horizontally or vertically. It’s also available in gray.

$127 and $167, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Barbour’s trio of cotton socks lets him show off his love for his furry best friend, thanks to a jacquard pointer motif.

Set of three, $50, St. Bernard

In true Ken Burns style, this film thoroughly covers the life of Muhammad Ali, both in and out of the ring. Running eight hours, it premiered this fall on PBS. Now fans can watch it at their leisure on DVD.

$69.99, pbs.org

The Precision Grip Toenail Clipper by Tweezerman is all about form and function with textured handles and a built-in case that catches the clippings.

$14, Neiman Marcus

ICONS: Something’s Off by Virgil Abloh is an intriguing scrapbook documenting the fashion designer’s journey to reimagining Nike’s 10 most iconic shoes, from Air Jordan 1 to Air Presto. Engineering ingenuity and the magic of imagination meet industrial design and wearable art results.

$70, Neiman Marcus or your favorite bookseller

The Shoals denim shirt in black is anything but basic, with antique brass snaps. The cotton twill fabric gets softer with use.

$198, Billy Reid

Slip into the PRO BOA Wading Boot much like you would a ski boot and dial in the thin laces, which are designed not to come untied. The Michelin rubber sole provides traction, and the molded insole guarantees comfort.

$279, Orvis

The Give Back

HOPE Farm provides leadership skills and mentors to at-risk boys who don’t have positive male role models in their lives. With active community partners, HOPE Farm exposes the kids to everything from sports to the fine arts. School programs encourage them to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. Volunteers are needed, as is financial support. Go to hopefarmfw.org to learn more.


Billy Reid The Shops at Clearfork, 5254 Monahans Ave., Fort Worth, 682-268-4556, billyreid.com

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams The Shops at Clearfork, 5001 Ozona Blvd., Fort Worth, 682-312-6220, mgbwhome.com

Nasher Sculpture Center Store 2001 Flora St., Dallas, 214-242-5110, store.nashersculpturecenter.org

Neiman Marcus The Shops at Clearfork, 5200 Monahans Ave., Fort Worth, 817-738-3581, neimanmarcus.com

Orvis Chapel Hill Shopping Center, 4601 West Freeway, Fort Worth, 682-703-7675; Park Village, 1101 E. Southlake Blvd., 817-251-0262; orvis.com

St. Bernard Shops of Southlake, 1275 E. Southlake Blvd., 817-329-0322, saintbernard.com