Tania Beasley-Jolly (P) was featured in Town & Style on 06.17.19 in the "Get to Know Style" column: "An entrepreneur and style-setter, Beasley-Jolly has art and fashion woven into her DNA. The St. Louis native’s early career included stints at Saks Fifth Avenue and major art museums, and she now owns an eponymous creative and marketing consulting firm. Along with pal Susan Sherman, she co-founded the St. Louis Fashion Fund, which promotes fashion education and helps designers get on the style map. She studied art history as a Washington University undergrad and later earned a master’s degree in the same subject—an appropriate backdrop for a many-hued career.These collective experiences lend her a critical yet creative eye and put her in a unique position to influence the resurgence of fashion in the StL, which was known many years ago for its thriving garment district. Recently, Beasley-Jolly partnered with Sherman again for a new industry endeavor, MERCH, an experiential retail venture that brings global fashion, home and beauty brands to St. Louis through pop-up events at venues around town. 'It’s all about the new, the novel and the next,' she says." Read the whole article here.