Making the little ones of Nashville more fashionable and their toy collections more fun, Genie Lockwood is owner of Arcade, a children’s boutique in Hillsboro Village.
FACES: Women of Nashville
Each Monday, StyleBlueprint presents our FACES series highlighting both famous people in Nashville to those who keep Music City exciting, dynamic, and unique. Our FACES are all women making a difference in our city. We also feature regional FACES of the South. Past FACES include Faith Hill and Carla Hall.
This dynamic woman has impacted our community in more ways than we can count. Today, we are thrilled to introduce you to Joyce Searcy, our newest FACE of Nashville!
Trust us, this gal is so inspirational. Be prepared to be in awe. Welcome to FACES of Nashville.
She’s been a nurse for 23 years and a lactation consultant for 16 years, and she’s even served as a medic in the Armed Forces. Today we’re excited to introduce you to Noreen Webb, a mom and grandmother who is passionate about her work with new moms at TriStar StoneCrest.
Jefferson Street United Merchant Partnership’s efforts to develop, foster and promote cooperative economic development in North Nashville are propelling the community forward. Today, we chat with President/CEO of JUMP, Sharon Hurt.
The Nashville Shakespeare Festival’s Artist Director Denice Hicks shares about her current role in Shakespeare in the Park, her lifelong love of theater and her appreciation for the Nashville community. Welcome our newest FACE of Nashville.
Tracy Burks and Ashleigh Newnes dedicate their days to tending to the farm at Homestead Manor. The produce they grow is given to local restaurants, whose creative chefs showcase the seasonal fare. Learn all about these ladies and where can you find their produce on menus around town!
As co-executive producer of “Pickler & Ben,” Ann Satkoski relocated from Los Angeles to Nashville, and we’re thrilled she did. Learn about her work on the show, how she helped pull off a 20,000-person flash mob and her favorite places in Music City.
After 46 years working as a nurse for TriStar, Star Sellers is retiring. Here, she reflects on a rewarding career at her home away from home.
It’s likely you’ve spotted New Hat’s wallpaper designs around town. Today, learn more about the dynamic duo behind the brand and how they are elevating Nashville’s creative community — one wall at a time.