This mother-daughter jewelry designing duo has followed their dreams through hard work and supportive love for one another. Meet Avani and Rupa Patel.
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.
She’s spent nearly 20 years sharing the traditions, food and culture of the Lebanese community through the St. Elias Lebanese Food and Cultural Festival. Meet LaVonne Williamson, today’s FACE of Birmingham!
A lifelong nonprofit champion and former Miss America Runner-Up combines her passion for service and the arts as executive director of the Birmingham Children’s Theatre. Meet Scarlotte Deupree Kilgore, today’s FACE of Birmingham.
You’ve most likely heard her hits on the radio and her name splashed across magazines and websites. This young lady is taking the country music world by storm, and today we introduce Kelsea Ballerini as our FACE of the South!
In the cradle of the Civil Rights movement, a new kind of heroine emerges, illuminating Alabama’s oft-unsung, courageous and rich tapestry of diverse cultures. Meet Khaula Hadeed.
Meet Alison Decker Scott, Executive Director of the Baptist Health Foundation and today’s FACE of Birmingham, who is devoted to serving the Magic City.
Coupling her design savvy with her entrepreneurial spirit, Mary Catherine Folmar has made Cotton + Quill thrive in Birmingham and beyond. Today we’re thrilled to feature her as our FACE of Birmingham.
Blogger, author and philanthropist Glennon Doyle Melton answers all of our burning questions! Image: Amy Paulson
She’s debunking the myth of the delicate, docile Southern female, and giving girls in the South a platform to share their voices. Meet Shauna Stuart, today’s FACE of Birmingham.
This self-motivated 22-year-old is poised to become a media mogul, an inspiring example of progress for feminism and diversity in the heart of the Magic City.
Two principal dancers, one iconic leading role. Catherine Garratt Fothergill and Luiza Boaventura wax rhapsodic over the role of a lifetime in the classic romantic ballet, Giselle.
An inspiring trip to Ghana is the foundation of this Atlanta-based scarf company. Find out the compelling background of Bené Scarves from founders Michelle Blue and Sasha Matthews, today’s FACES of the South.