Bloggers, designers and celebrities are among the Stylemakers included in Better Homes and Gardens' September issue. For the second year, the just-released issue highlights creative thinkers who influence personal style, homes and lifestyle.
The 2012 Better Homes and Gardens Stylemakers are:
Suzanne and Lauren McGrath, interior designers and authors:
Sarah Copeland, food and lifestyle expert:
Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan, founder of design blog Apartment Therapy:
Kim Myles, interior decorator, TV host, founder of Global Glam collection of stencils:
Katie Couric, daytime talk show host and her sister, Clara Couric Batchelor, landscape architect; Heidi Klum, model and fashion savvy TV host; Hugh Acheson, award-winning chef and cookbook author and restaurateur; Guy Fieri, Food Network star, cookbook author and TV personality; Barri Leiner Grant, stylist, author, co-owner of M&B Vintage and contributor to “Home Rules” with Nate Berkus and Nate Berkus, designer and daytime TV personality; Amy Butler, textile designer; Kerry Cassill, textile designer Rebecca Cole, urban garden designer; Stacy Kalchman, celebrity stylist; Sonia Kashuk, makeup artist and creator of Sonia Kashuk Beauty; Sibella Court, stylist, author and shop owner.
The BHG September tablet edition, featuring bonus videos of Gillingham-Ryan, Myles, Copeland, Cassill and Klum, is available now on digital storefronts.
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