All posts tagged: Jeanne Grey

Jeanne Grey; A Flare For Making A Difference

What can make helping your community fun? Using your skills and network to do so. Jeanne Grey, of the Grey Layers, is one of few leaders out there stylishly serving her blogging community while making a difference. On October 6, 2014 Grey teamed up with a dedicated set of personal style bloggers to host a “Shop My Closet” event where proceeds went towards the American Cancer Society. This act of kindness was not a one-time deal for her. Grey hopes to continue creating awareness about other issues not just through fashion, but also in cosmetics. I want to create a make-up line [one day] that donates to battered women,” mentions Grey. Tagging along for this journey will be a lineup of fellow bloggers she has faithfully committed her time to befriending and working with. “I do lots of events to make blogging a community… Everyone is so talented. Everyone is out on their own and we should come together,” stresses Grey. She gushes that one of the most rewarding aspect of blogging is inspiring others …

Fashion Bloggers; It’s More Than Style

It’s time to get a new perspective on your thoughts of fashion bloggers. Jeanne Grey, of the chic blog Grey Layers, put to work her savvy business skills and brought together a team of philanthropist style bloggers. Stepping off the runway of Orchard Street in New York City, I was greeted to yet another showroom of trendsetters at Reed Space for the “Shop Our Closet” event. This style affair donated 20% of its proceeds to the American Cancer Society. Grey, alongside Eliezer Infante, Jamal Jackson, Candice Stewart, and Joel Moore gathered their favorite pieces from their closet for a great cause. It seems almost everyone is a blogger these days and who can blame anyone for showing off his or her style when it’s so easy to become your own media. This gang shows us how they are more than what they wear. The whole mindset about bloggers [is that they] are always about “themselves,” where as this shows more of who we really are,” mentions Grey. These young philanthropists wanted to make a statement about …