Priscilla Presley returns to Memphis next month for the first-ever Elegant Southern Style Weekend. We chatted with the woman most widely known as Elvis’s wife about the weekend’s lineup, her favorite style icons and more. Welcome our newest FACE of the South!
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.
Carrie Morey is the woman behind Callie’s Charleston Biscuits and Callie’s Hot Little Biscuits, ensuring everyone gets a taste of her mom’s famous biscuits. Meet our newest FACE of the South!
She’s steering the ship at the historic Cave Hill Cemetery. Meet Gwen Mooney, find out how she got into the funeral business, and take heed of her best advice.
Meet this Louisville entrepreneur who’s helping women in Louisville, Tanzania and beyond put their most fashionable foot forward. Plus, we think you’re going to want to snag a pair of these shoes. Meet our newest FACE of Louisville, Laura Chauvin.
When she decided NOT to go to dental school, Kristy Holsopple suddenly found herself using her biology degree in new and tasty ways. Meet our newest FACE of Louisville!
A Highlands shopowner, entrepreneur and joy-seeker, Sally Bird of Dot Fox spills some keys to her retail success, her favorite Louisville spots and where she finds joy in everyday life. Get to know this inspiring FACE of Louisville.
She’s 97 years young, and Dr. Frances Tunnell Carter is still going strong … Rosie the Riveter-strong. Meet this amazing Southern firecracker, find out her secret to longevity and the impact her work has made in the lives of generations of women to come.
A little show called “Hamilton” blew up the Broadway scene four years ago, and our next FACE has been right in the middle of it. Meet Charnette Batey!
Deborah Benberry Williams enjoys her role at PNC, which allows her to play an integral role in bettering the Louisville communities she grew up in.
Flying high on a trapeze is Abbie Springer’s “jam,” and since founding CirqueLouis, she’s able to share her love of circus arts with all of Louisville.