These three women are each trailblazers in their own rights. Learn their amazing stories and how they are connected to our beloved Magic City.
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.
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.
She co-chairs the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and advocates for awareness of the national Alzheimer’s epidemic so change can happen. Meet Kimberly Stephens.
Motivated by her belief in a just world and inspired by her deep desire to help others, this 19-year-old hopes to change the world. Meet activist Satura Dudley.
She thrives in the space where function and beauty intersect. Meet Katherine Tucker, prop stylist, production designer and the potter behind Civil Stoneware.
A self-proclaimed “early adopter,” Lauren Mabry Cater loved using the babysitting app Wyndy so much that she became the company’s marketing director. Find out about the app, why Lauren loves it and how it can change your life, too!
We talk to the new president of Iron Tribe Fitness about health, self-love, taking action and sharing your gifts with the world. Meet Karen Broadwater, our newest FACE of Birmingham.
Janice Bowman has served the brides of Birmingham for 20+ years at Bromberg’s. Learn more about her passion for overseeing the bridal registry!