When she said yes to a date with a fellow Ohio State freshman, she unknowingly took a first step toward the worlds of fashion and professional sports. Meet stylist, blogger, NBA wife, mom and FACE of Memphis, Mary Conley!
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.
Neala Hester started The Find out of necessity — searching for bargains while she stayed home with her children. Today, she and her husband provide all of Memphis with amazing home decor deals and treasures, now in a much larger space!
Lisa Gwatney spends her days working for FedEx (a company she considers the best in the world), and her nights and weekends as reigning World Food Champion. Learn her fascinating back story!
Elizabeth Locke creates elegant, bold and timeless pieces. Today, we learn more about what inspires this Virginia jewelry designer, where she uncovers antiques and more.
Katie Savage and Brooke Levy, the women behind Blue Pencil Home, are changing the lives of Memphians, one organized home at a time. Find out what led them down this path and their top tip for keeping a home organized.
After living in four states and three countries, she found a welcoming community and revolutionary opportunity in Memphis. Meet Revolutions Bicycle CoOp Executive Director Sylvia Crum!
Today’s FACE of Memphis is making a positive influence on young women — in a big way. Meet the CEO of Girl Scouts Heart of the South, Melanie Schild!
She started a bakery business in her home kitchen to provide her customers with irresistible treats and to make a difference in Memphis. Meet Kelsey Loebel, FACE of Memphis!
She has made a name for herself in the culinary world, and it all started with her incredible, award-winning barbecue. Meet Pitmaster Melissa Cookston, our newest FACE of Memphis.
Roquita Coleman-Williams turned her philosophy “live while making a living” into a call to action, encouraging other women to fulfill their whole selves.