JoBeth Graves is the mastermind behind the South Main staple Grecian Gourmet Taverna. She spoke with us about where her love for Greek food originated and what’s next for her restaurant.
FACES: Women of Memphis
StyleBlueprint’s FACES series showcases people from Memphis each Monday, along with special highlights of women throughout the South. These featured women make River City a unique and special place to live, work, and play. Past FACES include Collins Tuohy and Emily Griffen.
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!
To end the year on a positive note, we asked our 2020 FACES for a positive moment from the past year. Find a bit of inspiration from their responses!
From a stay-at-home mom to a children’s book author, Candace Echols wrote “Josephine and the Quarantine” in just three hours. Learn how her family and dog inspired her to write her first children’s book.
Sheila Urevbu recently announced Art Village Gallery’s new name: Urevbu Contemporary. Despite a new name, the gallery’s mission remains the same: to support a community of artists who’ve been overlooked and disadvantaged. Meet this inspiring FACE of Memphis!
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.
This festive season, event planner and interior designer extraordinaire Rebecca Gardner sets up her magical e-shop ‘Houses & Parties’ for a month-long residency at The Dewberry hotel in Charleston. Meet the woman behind this distinctly Southern holiday shopping experience.
Paige Garland, owner of Rachel’s Salon & Day Spa, spoke to us about her love for beauty, how her life and career have come full circle, and why she considers herself a beauty advocate. Meet our newest FACE of Memphis!
We’re so excited to share this fabulous find with you today. Poppy Flowers pivoted in the pandemic to offer Poppy at Home, and it’s EXACTLY what many of us need to connect with our loved ones this Thanksgiving (and beyond).
Emily Dunn successfully established the Pink Palace Crafts Fair Pop-Up Shop in September, and she’s preparing to launch a downtown pop-up shop later this week. Find out more about these two unique retail events, and then get ready to knock out your holiday shopping.