What would you do when given the opportunity to interview one of the biggest names – of all time – in the modeling world? Well, if you were Liza Graves, you’d show up with a jar of tomato juice.
Southern Events & Happenings
StyleBlueprint finds fun things to do in the South each month. No matter if you live in Virginia or Louisiana or somewhere in-between, you will find events perfect for a road trip or to embrace in your own backyard!
During summer, we shelve the Old Fashioneds, opting for something fruity and delightful. Something light, with hints of citrus and lots and lots of ice.
It all happened when my beloved Krups thermal carafe style coffee maker bit the dust. My quest began for the ultimate thermal carafe style coffee maker. I combed the web for reviews and scrutinized photographs for design details…
Some adults get stuffier and stuffier with age. But, sometimes you come across that special someone, of a certain age, who has the ability to glimpse this wondrous world through the lens of the child within. Two such adults are Roger Day and Jeff Warren. Each produce witty, intelligent and completely fun kids’ music that…
Yes, that’s right: I paid $50 for my $425 Tracy Reese Fall 2010 Collection dress to wear to The Mad Hatter party this past Saturday night. You can too, and this is how…
Story of my life: laundry to do. My sweet housekeeper, who did laundry, went home to Peru when the calendar flipped to 2010. I guess she decided to stay because my “to iron” pile hasn’t been touched since 2009. Let’s face it: laundry stinks. I hate it. I want the laundry fairy to visit my house,
Have you been to The Wine Chap? It’s a fantastic new wine store near the BelleMeade Publix. My husband just went by about 40 minutes ago (I’m writing this Wednesday night right after dinner). He knew I’d been in to write this post, but I wanted him to go in with a blank slate, so little info did he
When I was a co-chair of Artclectic, I discovered Kem Alexander. Since Artclectic is a juried show, it attracts incredible talent from all over the country. Most are true characters with a certain panache and je nes sais quois; Kem is no different. Only she’s homegrown with roots in Chattanooga. Around art circles, she’s known as the “Goddess of Uncommon Concrete”: a hardcore diva