In this special new series, we’re introducing people from around the South who are going above and beyond for the betterment of all. Enjoy meeting these Heroes on the Frontlines.
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.
Jumping in where she saw a need, designer and “Project Runway” alum, Heidi Elnora, is going from making wedding gowns to sewing face masks for those on the front lines of the pandemic. Find out how you can join her in her mission.
The current lockdown poses hardships for those who have elderly family in nursing homes or assisted living facilities. Moe Loughran shares her account of having a parent in hospice during a global pandemic.
With a flurry of headlines surrounding COVID-19 and the impact it’s having on daily life, this special edition of FACES offers a first-hand account of how an American college student who was studying abroad had to leave Europe in a hurry.
Sherry Deutschmann sold all her belongings to start a business in her basement — then she turned it into a $40 million company. Meet our newest FACE of Nashville, and find out the secrets behind her success.
Candice Storey Lee is a compassionate, driven and solid leader who also happens to be a trailblazer. Get to know Vanderbilt’s new Interim Athletics Director — the first African American female athletics director in SEC history.
“Hee Haw” Honey-turned-chocolatier Mackenzie Colt has made a name for herself — both in the entertainment business and with chocolate-lovers everywhere! Meet the founder of Colts Chocolates and our newest FACE of Nashville.
With an impressive background working for brands such as Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, Nashville’s Claire Brandon is honoring and promoting the Mississippi Delta through her vintage apparel brand, Delta Vintage.
With a passion for the community, this Nashville native is making waves as the first director of Stand Up Nashville, an organization devoted to justice for the working class. Meet Odessa Kelly, our newest FACE of Nashville!
Our beautiful — inside and out — new FACE of the South, Laura Lea Bryant, opens up about her journey to becoming a holistic chef, where she goes to recharge and some health misconceptions she aims to clear up one recipe, cooking class and Instagram story at a time.