Beverly Erdreich has never been one to color inside the lines. This unconventional (and impeccably dressed) Southern artist dishes about a career in abstract art and why she’s always done things her own way. You have GOT to meet this FACE of Birmingham!
FACES: Women of Birmingham
People from Birmingham are known to be gracious and witty with an independent spirit. The women we feature each Monday in StyleBlueprint’s FACES series keep our city unique, special and a fabulous place to live. Past FACES include Sara Evans, Margot Shaw, and Rachel Macy Stafford.
After returning to her hometown of Birmingham, AL, Ashley Foster knew she wanted to get involved with Hand in Paw, an animal-assisted therapy nonprofit. Find out more about this unique organization and the tremendous work they do throughout the city.
These two best friends left their high-profile jobs to start a company that’s revitalizing the custom linen world. Meet the founders of Weezie Towels!
Meet five innovative Black women who own incredible small businesses in Birmingham. Learn more about what they do, and find out how their businesses have changed in light of recent events.
Today, we’re reflecting on 10 quotes from previous StyleBlueprint FACES, each a woman of color. These quotes seem especially poignant today.
Rick Ewing, writes in this heartfelt letter, “Being passive about ending bigotry does nothing but perpetuate it.” This is a letter we all need to read.
Sandi Eubank Gregory has experience with divorce in her family, which was one of the factors that led her to a career in family law. Find out what this job is really like, why she loves having her own practice and more.
She’s lived through the Great Depression, World War II, 9/11 and now the pandemic — and she’s still wearing a smile. Find out Flora Wilson’s secret to a happy life. Image: Carlie Carter
We asked some of our StyleBlueprint partners, friends and favorite Birmingham locals what they most look forward to when the quarantine is over. Here’s what they had to say.
What do a firefighter, charge nurses and the founder of a diaper bank all have in common? They’re all frontline heroes — and we’re excited to introduce you to them.