Grace Wethor is a 17-year-old actress, model, & artist based in Los Angeles, CA. After being diagnosed with a Brain Stem Glioma Tumor at age 13 and given an 8% chance of survival over 6 months, she moved to LA and started pursuing fashion full force. She graduated from the Parsons X Teen Vogue Certificate Program at age 13 and Completed the Vogue Teen Program at Conde Nast College in London at age 15.
|GW LA Fashion Week|
At such a young age, Grace has developed a unique eye and authentic style which has led her to be very creative and work hard at perfecting her craft. In addition, Grace is a Teen Vogue It Girl, a Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation spokesperson, and has recently teamed up with The Project For Girls; a platform to empower young girls to be their true selves. This summer, she completed a nationwide tour with Barnes & Noble to celebrate the release of her bestselling book, “You’re So Lucky” about her and other survivors' cancer journeys.
|Grace Wethor - press publications|
She is still fighting her tumor but truly believes that sharing her experiences can help other fighters keep fighting. She spoke about her diagnosis in a Ted Talk last spring, and since then have traveled around the world speaking about her medical journey. With a great passion and dedication to her work, she has inspired many other adolescents to pursue their individual dreams in spite of perceived setbacks.
GRAE’s two main focuses are luxury media and luxury shareholding. The media department focuses on brand concept development and social media strategy with clients from all types of categories such as music, clothing, food, and architecture. The shareholding sector will hold Grace’s LVMH shares.
Media is forever evolving, by purchasing shares of LVMH, we can monitor the shifts in the luxury world from the inside out!
|Grace Wethor in Cannes winning an award together with designer Nancy Vuu|
LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE is a French multinational luxury goods conglomerate headquartered in Paris. LVMH has a revenue of over 46.83 billion Euros (2018).
Just to list a few of the holdings you may be familiar with: Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Fenty Beauty, Celine, Christian Dior, Hennessy, Sephora, Emilio Pucci, Givenchy, Kenzo, Marc Jacobs, Benefit Cosmetics, Kat Von D Cosmetics, Hublot, Bvlgari, Tag Heuer and over 50 others.
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