If the saying “love heals” is true, then Katrina Robertson’s story is a testimony that when life hands you despair, hope is the light at the end of the proverbial tunnel.
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.
The name Frances Niarhos may fly under the radar screen for many, but to the hundreds of families of children with cancer, she provides compassion, empathy and a sense of direction to help them navigate through difficult times.
Find out about today’s FACE. Hint: she’s designed dresses for Reese Witherspoon, Princess Grace of Monaco and thousands of brides, graduates and debutantes throughout the country.
Meet our FACE of Nashville for the week of July 18, 2011!
Meet our FACE of Nashville for the week of July 11th.
Take a couple of twenty somethings with a can-do attitude, enviable fashion sense, the will not to be confined and, voila, you have Fringe and Lace, a locally-based traveling boutique.
Arguably, Deb Paquette has influenced the culinary landscape of Nashville more than anyone else. When she owned Zola’s restaurant, her reputation was unparalleled.
Although she’s lived all over the world with her finance and private equity background, Susannah Herring, owner of Hot Yoga Nashville, is happy to call Nashville home.
Rose Mary Gorman is the epitome of that southern girl who traveled away, married a rock star, moved back, had kids and opened her own PR business while exuding hospitality and warmth to all that she encounters. You know, THAT girl.
The StyleBlueprint Face today is Dr. Carla Retief. Find out why….