Moziah Bridges, Memphian on the Move

Do you need a style update? Moziah Bridges can help you with that. The 18-year-old Memphis entrepreneur has got you covered with one of his stylish bow ties. We’ve got what you need to know about Mo’s Bows here.

 

Paris Chanel

Beauty and fashion is her game and Paris Chanel is her name. The Memphis-born model and influencer has fashion and beauty on her mind. The Memphian beauty stays busy modeling, brand marketing, and running her own agency. Find out more about her here.

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Dominique Moore

Memphis beauty blogger Dominique Moore shows her sophisticated style with a southern flair.

 

Megan Sullivan

Known for her obsession with pink, her eye for affordable fashion, and her impeccable taste, Memphis native Megan Sullivan shares and inspires audiences around the world on a wide range of topics—including beauty tips and tricks, blogging, travel, lifestyle, and fashion.

 

MK Hill

Grounded by her faith and driven by her love for children Memphis Native MK Hill is the foster and adoptive mom of 23 kids from all over the world.

 

Memphis Mandy Sue: Flirty, Thirty (plus), NOT a “Plus-Size Model” and Ready for Anything

Mandy Sue started blogging and found inner peace when she relaunched and rebranded her blog to focus more on fashion and less on wearing her heart on her sleeve. Her blog is peppered with disarmingly frank, uplifting ruminations on life. On her 35th birthday, she reflected ruefully on how […]

 

Andrea LeTard

From reality television to keepsake cookbooks to catering the best dinner party of your life, Andrea LeTard makes a huge impression on the Memphis culinary scene. Her popular blog Andrea's Cooktales highlights her signature next-generation Southern cuisine alongside stories of travel, family […]

 

Malik Sharp

Sharp's business, Featherstone Photography, blends passion and principle to elevate wedding, school and portrait photography to new heights of artistry.

 

Breezy Lucia

Breezy Lucia is one to watch in Memphis. The filmmaker and photographer lives in Memphis and has the ability to record the city’s most profound moments in a way that only a native can. If you haven’t followed her yet on social media, then what are you waiting for? A Side of Memphis Rarely Seen […]

 

Knox Shelton

The ability for children to learn at a young age is critical to their continued development throughout the rest of their lives. That’s why Literacy Mid-South and executive director Knox Shelton want to bring more reading material to children throughout Memphis than ever before.

 

Phillip Ashley

Life is so much better when it involves chocolate. Phillip Ashley knows this, which is why he's bringing his dessert culinary talents to your table. With everything from giant chocolate turtles to a delicious take on an advent calendar, your sweet tooth will be satisfied with Philip Ashley's help.

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