We asked all of our FACES of the South for the best advice they’ve ever received. Here’s what each one holds close to her heart — we bet you’ll find something inspiring too!
FACES: Women of the South
Interesting Southern women are highlighted here each month. The tastemakers, authors, chefs and style icons ... women making the South the best it can be. These interviews will inspire you and leave you with insights and wisdom to use to make a difference in the world around you. Southern people are an interesting group and these women make us smile, laugh and learn.
From a childhood in Saudi Arabia to the links at the Masters to the rolling hills of Ashbourne Farms, Annie Cobetto dreams up and designs events like you’ve never seen — taking curveballs with a big smile and an unteachable intuition. Meet our newest FACE of the South.
At just 24 years old, Katie Jones has fulfilled a lifelong dream of owning a fine art gallery. We chat with the invigoratingly art-obsessed owner of Atlanta’s Buckhead Art & Company about her journey to a career in art, who she admires, and her best advice for aspiring collectors.
Mercedes Cotchery leads a busy life as a wife, mother, business owner and home stylist. Oh, and she homeschools too! Find out her secret to making it all work!
Meet the 10-year-old girl who has done the makeup of everyone from Kacey Musgraves to a veteran NASA astronaut. Our newest FACE has a story that delights!
Elaine Sterling moved from South Africa to America and has built a self-care empire. Check out today’s FACE of the South — you will be inspired!
Kim DeLaney-Surratt’s life was turned upside down when she was diagnosed with a rare blood disease, complicated by bone marrow cancer. She found pain relief by using CBD oil, which prompted her to create My Green House CBD, a dispensary that helps others find relief as well. Meet our newest FACE!
Geri Giagnorio is a skincare superhero — she’s an aesthetician, nutritionist and entrepreneur who believes in helping people cure their skin from the inside out. Her skincare line is bought by people throughout the country. Meet this incredible FACE of the South!
She’s country singer John Rich’s 87-year-old grandmother, and she’s known as “Queen of the Working Class.” Today, she shares her secret to a long life, how she drinks her whiskey, and so much more. Meet Granny Rich, our newest FACE of the South.
Our newest FACE of the South, Chloe Kristyn designer Bettina Benson, designs for all women. Passionate about size inclusivity and diversity, she ensures women are taken care of beyond their closets.