WHO: A prop stylist and co-founder of the newly minted Preservation Society of Nashville, Houston-born Colson Horton grew up in Atlanta then moved to Music City two decades ago. Playful yet polished, her feed makes an impact through its curated color stories.
WHAT: Horton worked in art, fashion, marketing and advertising before launching her eight-year-old styling company, ADR Creative, with a client roster that soon included Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Soho House, Reese Witherspoon and others.
WHY: Her work is informed by design movements ranging from 19th-century French bohemian to Art Deco while going big on organic texture. The latter plays largely into her upcoming entertaining-oriented product line with another lauded local creative.
IN HER WORDS: “People come to Nashville to tell their story through songs or lyrics; as a visual storyteller, I like being surrounded by people who take the time to be curious.”