Meet the 10-year-old girl who has done the makeup of everyone from Kacey Musgraves to a veteran NASA astronaut. Our newest FACE has a story that delights!
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.
Executive Director of ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Junior League of Memphis’ 82nd president-elect Tabitha Glenn is following her passion and telling life-changing stories to a global audience of generous donors. Meet our newest FACE of Memphis!
With her tremendous entrepreneurial spirit and fortitude, our newest FACE of Memphis, author Carolyn Chism Hardy, has overcome obstacles to build a successful career. Now, she’s blazing trails for young businesswomen throughout Memphis.
Born in Memphis less than a week after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ephie Johnson always felt she had a calling to help her city. As an artist, entrepreneur and CEO of Neighborhood Christian Centers, she now heeds that call every day.
She’s country singer John Rich’s 87-year-old grandmother, and she’s known as “Queen of the Working Class.” Today, she shares her secret to a long life, how she drinks her whiskey, and so much more. Meet Granny Rich, our newest FACE of the South.
The impact Olliette Murry-Drobot has made on Memphis through her work at the Family Safety Center is work worth celebrating. Meet our newest FACE of Memphis!
People often compare starting a new business to birthing a child. Libby Ware Wunderlich literally did both on the same weekend. Meet this week’s FACE of Memphis, the local hospitality pro behind Bar Ware.
You may recognize Jennifer Hobson thanks to her coffee companion, Sunshine. If not, get to know this devoted Memphian better — she’s our newest FACE of Memphis!
Tanya Tucker is back! Her powerful voice and the touching lyrics of her new album are simultaneously nostalgic and new. We’re thrilled to introduce her as our newest FACE of the South.
As the editor and head writer behind the I Love Memphis blog and its social media presence, Holly Whitfield both shares and shapes the changing landscape of the city and its perception at home and beyond.