Carly Pearce is turning heartbreak on its head with her newly released music collection, 29. Meet the candid country music star who’s not afraid to sing her truth. Image: John Shearer
FACES: Women of Louisville
StyleBlueprint showcases people from Louisville each Monday. These local women are defining our city and keeping it uniquely special. From entrepreneurs to artists and corporate executives, all of our FACES are inspiring. You will also find inspiring women from across the South included in our FACES series.
Ed Nash moved from London to America to be an art dealer, but he quickly realized his calling was that of an artist. Find out more about this beloved Southern artist.
The world of art is constantly changing, and it encompasses a plethora of mediums. Here are three Kentucky artists who are making waves in their local art scenes.
Nicole Walters left a high-profile career scaling Fortune 500 companies to build her own corporation, a business-growth education center that helps entrepreneurs grow their businesses. And she’s now the star of a new sitcom on USA Network. Get to know our newest FACE of the South! Image: Danielle Finney
After changing career paths and letting her passion for her rescue dogs lead the way, Regina Nobles opened PG&J’s Dog Park Bar — a place to enjoy furry friends and craft beer while giving back to the community. Meet this inspiring FACE of Louisville!
After surviving unspeakable darkness as a young woman, Holly Christine Hayes has created a sanctuary — a jewelry company — to help dozens of other women do the same. Get to know this joy-filled FACE of the South!
We followed up with women who we featured as 2020 FACES to see what moments they cherished most this year. Here’s what they had to say!
As President and CEO of Greater Louisville, Inc., Sarah Davasher-Wisdom advocates for 1,700 local businesses. Meet this inspiring FACE of Louisville, find out her best advice and more!
TV star Crystal Renee’ Hayslett’s dream to perform started in small-town Tennessee, followed her as she worked on Capitol Hill, and grew to unimaginable heights in the Hollywood of the South, Atlanta. Get to know our newest FACE of the South and her journey that we could all learn from.
Michelle Williams spreads Christmas cheer year-round with Santa’s Little Helpers, Inc. The nonprofit organization works with local foster youth to strengthen their self-esteem and confidence.