This impressive woman decided not to be a statistic after years of personal setbacks. She is a school social worker, businesswoman, author and motivational speaker. Meet Shannon Higgins, our FACE of Louisville.
FACES: Women of Louisville
StyleBlueprint showcases people from Louisville each Monday. These local women are defining our city and keeping it uniquely special. From entrepreneurs to artists and corporate executives, all of our FACES are inspiring. You will also find inspiring women from across the South included in our FACES series.
She’s a mom of six daughters — five of whom are quintuplets. Today we talk with Danielle Busby, find out what a typical day is like, get her best advice for moms of multiples and dream with her about how she would spend 24 hours by herself.
New Year’s is the annual reset button that reignites our motivation to live better, do better and be better than we have ever been. Are you making New Year’s resolutions? We are, and here’s what we’re resolving to do in 2017.
Needing some inspiration for the new year? Here are 52 pieces of advice from women we profiled as our FACES this year. Enjoy!
This woman has dedicated herself to service and loves to watch the positive influence that her organization has on families. Meet Pamela Darnall of Family & Children’s Place, this week’s FACE of Louisville.
This inspiring woman, who has set out to be “unapologetically Muslim,” is a great educator about her religion and would love for you to ask her about it! Meet Reena Paracha, today’s FACE of Louisville.
Annette Joseph is a world-renowned photo stylist who understands how to create beautiful shots. So what happened when we turned the camera on this entertaining expert and welcomed her as our newest FACE of the South? Read on to find out!
When this talented actress decided that she liked doing the hair and makeup for her theater productions as much as the acting, she changed directions completely and went into cosmetology. Today she runs the highly successful J Michael’s Spa & Salon. Meet Jill Higginbotham, today’s FACE of Louisville.
As the new Chief of Civic Innovation for the City of Louisville, Grace Simrall mines through data, finding ways to make our city more modern, efficient and inclusive. When she’s not busy “innovating,” she’s eating at some of the best under-the-radar restaurants in Louisville.
Even though this Louisville girl has made it big in Los Angeles, she still loves coming home to see family, friends and eat at her favorite local restaurants. Meet Ashley Fultz, a successful blogger and today’s FACE of Louisville.
We recently caught up with Julie Chrisley of the USA reality show, “Chrisley Knows Best,” watched by fans around the world. After meeting her on set, we knew we had to feature Julie. Be sure to read to the end of this one to see why we’re personally a bit anxious about the upcoming episode…
Meet the current Miss Kentucky USA®, who is using her platform to promote worthy causes, all while being a busy student and planning her wedding. Meet Kyle Hornback, our FACE of Louisville this week.
Meet Yamilca Rodriguez, whose vision for a collaborative makers’ space for local fashion is becoming a reality in the Portland neighborhood. When she’s not thinking about fashion, she’s hitting the Louisville restaurant scene, and you should see her list of her favorite restaurants!
She started writing about fashion as a hobby while she was busy studying biomedical engineering in college. Today we introduce you to the girl behind the popular fashion blog A Southern Drawl. Meet Grace Wainwright, today’s FACE of Louisville.
She started with an idea that took off, becoming the largest U.S. distributor of natural home textiles. Meet Sue Joyce, founder of Ocean Tribe by Turkish T, and today’s FACE of the South!
You may have seen her pop-up shop recently in Oxmoor or St. Matthews malls, or maybe you’ve seen her styled looks on Facebook. Five years ago, this confident entrepreneur was broke, homeless and had four children to feed. She found her way back and is now making quite a fashion impact on our city. Meet…
This Louisville girl has made the bigtime as the co-host of “America’s Morning Show” on NASH, a syndicated country music radio show. Meet Kelly Ford, today’s FACE of Louisville.
Meet the President of the Louisville City FC, Amanda Duffy. Yes, the president is a woman, and yes, she’s young, but she’s been training for this job her entire life. Today, she’s our FACE of Louisville!
This popular Louisvillian has been in the business of selling homes for over 30 years. In celebration of Labor Day, we want to you to meet one of most successful and hardest working women in the business: Sandy Gulick of Kentucky Select Properties.
After a tragic turn of events, this woman picked herself up and started her own healing group. That group grew into the non-profit called Socialite Society, which empowers women and girls through community involvement and “just loving on people.” Meet this week’s FACE of Louisville, ShaVonda Williams.
McKel Hill, of Nutrition Stripped, dishes about her new cookbook, three things she can’t live without and her furry new pup in today’s FACES of the South feature.
If you don’t think that one person can make a huge difference in the world, then read this story. This FACES of Louisville is an inspiration to us all. Meet Rachelle Starr, founder of Scarlet Hope and Scarlet’s Bakery.
Julie Newman found the perfect intersection for her operations management experience, her passion for sports and a void in the market. Today she’s telling us all about her business (and more!) as our FACE of the South.
In the age of online realty, staging your home is an invaluable step in selling it. Jill Gaynor knows all about it, so much so that she started her own business to do just that. We’re thrilled to introduce you to her as our FACE of Louisville.