Grece Ghanem – Icon of Ageless Style
Grece Ghanem was born on December 18, 1964, and her birthplace is Liberia. Grece is also well known as, Instagram star and content creator who is known for sharing a blend of both fashion and modeling shots through Instagram for her over 210,000 followers. She is also known for her traveling content and has shared photos from places such as Montreal, New York, and Los Angeles.
Grece is originated from Liberia. She shared a photo with blogger Pernille Teisbaek and fashion director Alexandra Carl at Paris Fashion Week on her Instagram in February of 2019.
Before she was famous, She first started sharing her fashion-based photography through Instagram in June of 2016. Grece was born and raised in Liberia but later settled in Montreal.
Grece Ghanem’s net worth or net income is estimated to be between $1 Million – $5 Million dollars. She has made such an amount of wealth from her primary career as Instagram Star.
A quick scroll reveals that Ghanem’s distinctive signature look—terrific choppy gray bob; the twinning of exquisite big-ticket tailoring and love-worn denim; and trademark big sunglasses—is utterly tangible and real. Pieces get constantly repeated—the Gucci dusky-pink floral jacket and pants; the in-heavy-rotation jeans and a shirt; the big and boxy Céline claret pantsuit worn together or apart; the fling-it-over-absolutely-everything leather biker—again and again (like, you know, we all do). Nothing gets worn once. Nothing gets discarded; she still has pieces from back when she was a student in Beirut in the early ’80s. And nothing ever gets hashtagged.
This approach—make the best of what you already have and work with it—is as true to Ghanem’s life as it is to her style. She left the strife of Lebanon in 2005 with her daughter, Cheyenne, now 22, to start anew in Canada, leaving behind more than the lovingly curated Gucci and Céline that she had been collecting since she was 18; she also waved goodbye to her family and to her career as a microbiologist. Unable to practice that profession in her new homeland, she turned to personal training. If life gives you lemons, add them to the water in the gym you’re working at.
That acceptance of what has gone before touches her Instagram, too. Ever since she started it two years ago with Cheyenne, as a means for them to have fun together, Ghanem has chosen never to delete a post, to obliterate what went before. Now, she says, she feels a sense of responsibility to the young women in their 20s and 30s who make up a substantial part of her followers, to show that style is a constant work in progress. Oh, and, by dressing her best life, that she doesn’t—and by extension they don’t—have to disappear into the shadows just because the needle hits 4-0. “I am disappointed [women of my age] are not represented on the runways and in magazines,” she says. “But in the end it’s you and not the clothes that matter. When you acknowledge yourself, everyone will see you.”
“Stay visible! Once women pass a certain age, they don’t get looked at anymore,” says Grece Ghanem, a 53-year old personal trainer from Montreal, without so much as a sigh of self-pity. “I don’t take that into account. I still wear things in a fun way. I don’t have to disappear.” Well, I don’t think Grece will never ever disappear, she loves fashion too much and has this pure, individual style that makes her so unique. She is not “another copy of”, she is just herself.