She started at Emmet O’Neal Library in 1976 as a page — 40+ years later, Doris Young is a beloved local face and head of the library’s circulation department. Get to know our newest 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.
Jessica N. Turner, through her latest book, helps working moms lose the guilt, work smarter and thrive. Meet this inspiring author, mom and professional!
After losing her first child, Laura McCarty turned her pain into beauty by launching Sullivan Yates. She tells us about her journey of healing and growth.
She not only helps write and produce It’s a Southern Thing & So True, Y’all’s sketch comedies, she also serves as the female face of the beloved videos. Meet Talia Lin, our newest FACE of Birmingham!
Certified personal trainer, wellness coach, “diet abolitionist” and author, Sarah Hays Coomer urges us to use our bodies as agents of change. Learn more about what this means and how she approaches fitness and feminism.
Caroline Little is the President of Shoal Creek Properties, a beautiful community offering all of the luxuries of Birmingham. She views herself as a guardian to the property while carrying her family’s legacy forward. Introducing today’s FACE of Birmingham!
These three women are each trailblazers in their own rights. Learn their amazing stories and how they are connected to our beloved Magic City.
By making a direct impact on local women, Melanie R. Bridgeforth hopes to see a positive ripple effect for generations to come. Meet our newest FACE of Birmingham.
Elizabeth Locke creates elegant, bold and timeless pieces. Today, we learn more about what inspires this Virginia jewelry designer, where she uncovers antiques and more.
This year’s Antiques at The Gardens is bringing in acclaimed tastemakers like Martha Stewart to Birmingham. Meet the women who are working to make the magic happen.