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Nashville Lifestyles Magazine May 2019

Nashville Lifestyles is the exclusive city magazine for the greater Nashville area. Features include local issues, dining, celebrities, fashion, homes, and neighborhoods, events and much more! In addition to the regular features, readers enjoy special issues like Top Doctors, the 25 Most Beautiful People, Single in the City & The Music Issue.

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from the publisher

Last month, we welcomed a new member to our editorial team, Alison Abbey, who joined on as our Editor. Erin Byers Murray, who has served as the magazine’s editor since 2012, has transitioned into the role of Editor-at-Large. More editorial minds means more stories, more citywide coverage, and more of the lifestyle expertise you’ve come to love. Meanwhile, as you’re reading this magazine, we’re moving our offices out of 1100 Broadway up the street to 1801 West End Avenue. So, while most of you are checking out for summer break, we’re getting down to business, all in an effort to bring you smart, quality coverage every month. Okay, let’s be real. We’re not all business over here. Just take a look at our cover. It’s patio season, Nashville. Time to grab your…

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nashville lifestyles magazine

PUBLISHER Brian Barry EDITORIAL EDITOR Alison Abbey EDITOR-AT-LARGE Erin Murray COPY EDITOR Trisha Boyer CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Nathan Diller, Karen Parr-Moody, Kate Parrish, Chris Parton Brittney OIiver, June Patterson Jennifer Justus, Trisha Boyer Cathy Whitlock, Nancy Vienneau Louisa Shafia, Jim Myers ART ART DIRECTOR & DESIGNER Kelsey Payne PRODUCTION SPECIALIST & DESIGNER Victoria Labenberg CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS Sam Angel, Danielle Atkins, Erica Bretchelsbaeur, Nick Bumgardner, Megan Cencula, Mimi Corwin, Jen McDonald, Matthew Simmons, Lindsey Grace Whiddon, Nathan Zucker MARKETING CIRCULATION & MARKETING SPECIALIST Corinne Coker MARKETING & EVENTS DIRECTOR Devan Brown ADVERTISING ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Claire Corby, Janna Landry ADMINISTRATION CONTROLLER/ACCOUNTING Twana Hockett SALES ASSISTANT Lucy Ralph INTERNS Brianna Goebel, Nichole Sche er…

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hot list

MAY 2019 » The hottest events, happenings, and promotions. Visit for more! HATEF AESTHETICS CENTER NEW OFFICE Dr. Hatef is taking patients in May for his new Hatef Aesthetics Center in Belle Meade. This beautiful 3,500 square foot boutique aesthetic spa and plastic surgery office offers a private walk-in entrance from the parking lot. The Center is located 100 West development at 6200 Highway 100, Suite 101, Nashville, TN 37205. 615.986.6053 FRIST ART MUSEUM HEIRLOOM CLOCKS Beautiful wooden clocks from Schlabaugh and Sons. Discover these and other great finds like handcrafted jewelry and artisan ceramics at the Frist Art Museum Gift Shop. NASHVILLE LIFESTYLES SWIG FREE COPY Receive a free copy of our new issues of SWIG with the purchase of a subscription! Visit for more information and to shop all publications OAK HALL NASHVILLE TIMELESS British family perfumers since 1730,…

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NASHVILLE SYMPHONY FASHION SHOW 14 Fashion and music meet for an unforgettable night. The Nashville Symphony will host its 14th annual fashion show May 14 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. In partnership with upscale department store Gus Mayer, the Symphony Fashion Show highlights well-known creators and brands. This year’s event will feature works by Wes Gordon, creative director for Carolina Herrera New York. Known for his keen perspective on fashion, the designer will display items from the brand’s fall clothing line. The show will also feature an exclusive performance by award-winning country artist Lauren Alaina. Proceeds from the fashion show benefit Nashville Symphony’s community engagement programs. Through these initiatives, the symphony promotes artistic excellence using one-of-a-kind performances, classroom activities, and hands-on demonstrations. (nashvillesymphony. org) —Brianna Goebel 1 AN EVENING WITH MELINDA GATES TPAC’s James…

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raise your glass to nashville rep

Nashville Repertory Theatre will host its fourth annual Broadway Brunch May 5 at City Winery. Beginning at 11 a.m., guests are invited to enjoy a delicious brunch, live auction, musical performances by local theatre talent, and bottomless cocktails. Amos Glass, Nashville Rep’s director of community engagement, says the event benefits the organization and its mission of “celebrating the power and commitment to creating theatre, inspiring empathy, and expanding the creative capacity of our Nashville community.” Serving as the theatre’s largest event of the year, Nashville Rep works to make each gala better than the last. “Every year we top ourselves! At a basic level, we have raised more money each year and continue to grow. On a more aspirational level, we increase our commitment to putting on the best show possible.…

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cameron frazier, christian lasane, and jaiven buchanan

Dressed to Impress: From colorful bow ties to patterned dress socks, teachers at KNCPE dress in ways that influence students outside of the classroom. And it shows: More and more of the students now mirror their instructor’s style. “What we have seen is [teacher fashion] rubbing off on kids, and they are starting to do similar things. They’re starting to bring in their individual style and finding out more about who they are,” says assistant principal Cameron Frazier. Influencing by Design: First grade student Jaiven Buchanan quickly took notice of the way his teachers dressed, often asking where they buy their clothes. “I think it’s because he sees Mr. Frazier every day,” says Jaiven’s mother, Jaleesa Bowen. “He’s growing up now, and he’s like, ‘Mom, I need a bow tie.’ Whose…