At 23 years old, Chloe Tyler is positioned to become the country’s next prominent pop artist. Meet her today and see why you need to know her and her art!
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.
These two best friends left their high-profile jobs to start a company that’s revitalizing the custom linen world. Meet the founders of Weezie Towels!
Meet six innovative Black women who own incredible Southern businesses. Learn more about what they do, find out how their businesses have changed in light of recent events, and learn how you can support their work.
Today, we’re reflecting on 10 quotes from previous StyleBlueprint FACES, each a woman of color. These quotes seem especially poignant today.
Rick Ewing, writes in this heartfelt letter, “Being passive about ending bigotry does nothing but perpetuate it.” This is a letter we all need to read.
Emily McCarthy is known for her store’s trendsetting colors and patterns. Meet the adorable redhead running the show at this beloved Southern business of the same name.
She’s lived through the Great Depression, World War II, 9/11 and now the pandemic — and she’s still wearing a smile. Find out Flora Wilson’s secret to a happy life. Image: Carlie Carter
What do a firefighter, charge nurses and the founder of a diaper bank all have in common? They’re all frontline heroes — and we’re excited to introduce you to them.
A man with a brilliant idea, a woman who made a quick career shift, and a dedicated and tireless grocery store employee — all three of these people are making life better for so many. Meet this week’s heroes on the frontlines.
They were one of the first families to test positive for COVID-19 in their hometown. Find out how they’re spreading a message of love and hope rather than fear.