Chatting with 2010 Best Dressed winner Michael Tierney

| June 29, 2011
Michael Tierney.

Michael Tierney.

There are only four weeks left until all the nominees are revealed for The Voice-Tribune’s Best Dressed of Louisville Presented by Churchill Downs. Then it will be time for you to get involved and cast your vote for the woman, man and couple you would most like to take to the runway as this year’s winners.

The Voice-Tribune continues its commitment to give back to the community and support local charities by hosting this annual event. Nominee selections are not based on fashion alone. The criteria also require the participants to have a desire to raise awareness and funds to support the selected charity.

This year’s beneficiary is Dress for Success Louisville. It is best known for providing professional attire for women with the desire to reenter the workplace and lead a life of independence.

I took a moment to catch up with one of last year’s winners, Michael Tierney, who lights up a room not only with his sense of style but as well as his passion, appetite and zest for life.

What one word would your best friends from high school use to describe Michael Tierney?

If you could sit down and have a conversation with anyone in the world, past or present, who would it be?
Dolly Parton.

What is your greatest extravagance?

What frustrates you most in life?
Standing in line.

What place in the world would you most like to experience?
The Bravo Clubhouse.

Who is your hero?
My Mom.

What has been your greatest challenge in life?
Managing my road rage.

What charity are you most passionate about and why?
Any organization working in the areas of education and/or civil rights because advancing both would solve about 90 percent of our society’s problems … just sayin’.

What do you want to be when you grow up?

Tom Ford or Tommy Hilfiger?
You’re kidding, right?

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Lori Kommor

Lori Kommor, Columnist/Event Chair

Lori wears many hats: writing two weekly columns, chairing The
Voice-Tribune’s events and keeping the staff fed with a stash of snacks
Willy Wonka would envy. She’s a fervent high school soccer fan (go
Collegiate!) and has the raspy voice to prove it after game days.

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