Interior designer Katie Vance is not only making some of our favorite local restaurants look gorgeous, but she’s also bringing our favorite holiday market online. Meet this joyous FACE of Nashville!
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.
Of Note founders Katy Shah and India Mayer are bringing an innovative coworking space to Nashville, called Note House, where influencers can network, create content, and find new branding opportunities. Meet our newest FACES.
We’re so excited to share this fabulous find with you today. Poppy Flowers pivoted in the pandemic to offer Poppy at Home, and it’s EXACTLY what many of us need to connect with our loved ones this Thanksgiving (and beyond).
From having her first baby to taking AVO to the next level, Annie Choo (who happens to be the daughter of sushi royalty — owner and Samurai Sushi chef, Yun Choo!) has a lot on her plate. Not to mention, she’s making sure the plant-based food we love is on our plates, too.
As we enter election week, let’s all be inspired by Hannah-Kate McFadden, a 13-year-old who has started a movement for positivity with The Candidate Pledge. It’s a movement all sides can get behind.
As president of the Nashville Public Library Foundation, Shawn Bakker is helping us tell our fondest library stories, nurturing our love of books, and making sure the library continues to bring our community together.
Jessica Averbuch, CEO of Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Realty, discusses her move from primatology to real estate and shares her industry insights. Meet this dynamic FACE of Nashville.
There are heroes all around us doing their part to end hunger and food waste in Middle Tennessee. Meet some of the community’s Zero Heroes.
To watch Aparna Shewakramani on Netflix’s hit reality show “Indian Matchmaking,” you’d think she’s a mean girl. In REAL reality, though, she’s confident, philanthropic and kind. Find out how things really went down on the show and get to know what drives this hesitant overnight celebrity.
Laura Hutfless’ philanthropic efforts led her to develop and launch Triumph Over Tragedy, an inspiring program that offers support and healing to nationwide survivors of mass shootings.