Like fellow Covingtonian Isaac Hayes, Tonya Dyson set out early for Soulsville, USA, where she’s propelling Memphis’ music legacy into the future. Welcome her as our newest FACE of Memphis!
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.
When getting to the heart of the matter, in law and in life, Renee Castle delves in with soul, insight and the self-professed tenacity of a “junkyard dog.” Find out more about our newest FACE of Memphis.
Megan Melgaard combines her talent and passion into one with Swim Across America, an event designed to raise money for the fight against cancer. Get to know our newest FACE of the South!
Blackberry Farm Executive Chefs Cassidee Dabney & Sarah Steffan helm the renowned culinary programs of one of the top resort destinations in the nation.
As a painter, educator and activist, Yancy Villa-Calvo finds commonalities between cultures and builds community through common ground. Meet today’s FACE of Memphis!
Memphian Babbie Lovett is a bona fide fashion maven. Her rich and fascinating career in modeling, theater and fashion has spanned six decades, and today we’re excited to feature her as our FACE of Memphis!
Follow the fascinating international path that led artist, entrepreneur and advocate Natasha Sen-Fizdale to join the Memphis team.
Kristin Schell is nurturing relationships and preserving Southern hospitality by simply inviting people to share a spot at her turquoise picnic table. Grab some tea and learn more about this inspiring story. Image: Kasandra Keyes
When Hollywood A-listers, musicians and public figures need a social media and branding strategist, they turn to today’s FACE of Memphis, Whitney Luckett.
Erica Stiff-Coopwood is all about growth, whether intellectual, relational or metropolitan. And she is moving the city forward as the Junior League’s President-Elect.
Margaret Anne Florence stars in CMT’s “Sun Records” as a dynamic, complex radio personality. Off camera, she is just as captivating, thoughtful and funny.
Sue Layman Lightman quit her PR career and suddenly found happiness in painting. Fast-forward 10 years, and her art career and gallery are thriving. We’re thrilled to feature her as today’s FACE of Memphis!