Grace is an inspiration to thousands of young people around the world and hailed as the “most inspiring person on the net” and the “Internet’s Big Sister”, is one of the only mainstream fashion and beauty bloggers to cover mental health issues.
Summer 2016 saw Grace debut her hit documentary Clean Eating’s Dirty Secrets. Challenging the claims many health gurus swear by, the documentary was one of the most watched shows on BBC Three Online, achieving over 1.5 million views across BBC One and BBC Three Online combined.
Grace’s second documentary for BBC Three, The Cost of Cute: The Dark Side of The Puppy Trade is a hard-hitting look at the designer dogs industry.
Grace has exclusively presented London Fashion Week and has worked with brands including Clinique, L’Oreal, ASOS, Rimmel and New Look, to name but a few.
Although Grace seems to have it all, she has suffered at the hands of bullying as a teen and dealt with very public issues, including anxiety and body image.
She shares her story on problems that all young people face, as well as topics that are perceived taboo, by speaking openly about depression and other personal battles.
Grace is also a dedicated body image campaigner and curvy model in her own right. She also regularly attends inspirational meetings with young women to give advice, guidance and a chance to share each other’s stories.
Clients include BBC3 Documentary – Clean Eating’s Dirty Secrets, InStyle awards 2015 – Most Inspiring Role Model, Cosmopolitan Blog Awards 2015 – Best Vlog, BBC iPlayer – London Fashion Week: Grace Victory’s Top Picks, Cosmopolitans Blogger of The Year 2014.
Grace works with brands such as ASOS, Clinique, Loreal, and New Look.