Magpies Girl opened the pink doors to its Franklin store, 504 W. Main St., Saturday, November 4. At the core of the Magpies brand is a commitment to empowering and encouraging girls to be their best, most authentic selves while shopping the latest trends in a colorful, fun environment. Photography by Meagan Little Photography.
CycleBar Franklin hosted a Bike for Brett event where almost 50 riders dressed in bright colors and came together to support the Brett Boyer Foundation. All proceeds from this event go to Gigi's Playhouse located in Brentwood.
On October 1, more than 200 guests gathered at Bellissimo Dance Boutique in Franklin for this cutting-edge, fashion-forward event, showcasing dancewear from American designers, as well as Canada, Australia, Portugal and Spain. This year’s models featured 43 dancers representing 24 dance programs throughout Williamson, Davidson, Rutherford and Sumner Counties.
The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department held the seventh annual Public Safety Day Festival on October 14. The festival included children’s activities, fire displays, police and emergency medical vehicles. There was also a residential fire sprinkler exhibition, as well as a vehicle extrication demonstration.
Studio Tenn’s annual fundraising gala, One Night Only, is one of the most highly anticipated, knock-your-socks-off social events of the season. Experience an unbelievable night of live entertainment, food, drinks and an unparalleled online auction to support the eighth season of Middle Tennessee's own world-class professional theatre company. Photography by MA2LA.
Heroes in Heels showcases the survivors in YMCA's After Breast Cancer program. This event gives survivors the chance to shine, sharing their beauty and strength with the community. This special event fully funds the Maryland Farms YMCA's After Breast Cancer Program, a completely free 16-week program open to any and all breast cancer survivors.
Stacey Rhodes Boutique celebrated its 15-year anniversary Friday, September 29 and Saturday, September 30 with trunk shows by Abi Ferrin, Sofia and Catherine Page Jewelry; Chanel and Tom Ford makeup artists; and Payton Dale, celebrity stylist and author of Hang Up Your Hang Ups.
First Tennessee Bank recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new Brentwood office. The bank occupies the entire third floor of the new building in Hill Center Brentwood, with space for a dozen departments and up to 100 employees.
Brentwood Lifestyle recently hosted a networking reception at Ravenswood Mansion featuring several of the area’s top doctors and medical professionals. Catering was provided by Amerigo and Poppy & Co. Bake Shop while Music City Motor Cars displayed a variety of luxurious automobiles including a Bentley, Rolls-Royce and Ferrari. PHOTOGRAPHY BY CRAIG TURNER.