Erin Gray Morton studied fashion, design and marketing in college. After college, her work path led her into the exciting world of sports, entertainment, television and product marketing. After over fifteen years in the corporate arena, she decided it was time for a creative change, but was not sure how to turn her creative talent into a business. It was around that time that tragedy struck her family. Her mother and stepmother-in-law were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer within a year of each other and the pain inspired her to forge ahead, make positive changes in her own life and make a difference in other people’s lives.
“My step mother-in-law -- a beloved and brilliant breast surgeon, friend, and inspiration to many -- lost her battle quickly, in 2015. My mother -- an artist, a giver, and my greatest supporter -- was my best friend. We lost her February 2020. Starting a business was important but giving back and making people feel good about themselves became paramount.”
After hitting the drawing board, creating her own designs and researching the fashion industry that she'd always loved, erin gray design was born. Business grew quickly - thanks to hard work and perseverance - and every day is a learning process for the mother of two but with the support of friends, family and her customers, she is here to stay. Her main goal is to create quality jewelry and comfy tees that embody her sense of style and give back to the causes close to her heart.
erin gray just launched 'The Perfect White Tee' collection in March 2020. After finding it difficult to find a perfect tee that did not shrink, torque or pill, she found a manufacturer who was willing to produce her designs using 100% Pima cotton - one of the best cottons in the world - made exclusively for erin gray. Although the shirts just launched during a Worldwide COVID19 pandemic, they have been an instant hit with fans new and old!
erin gray dedicates monthly contributions to childhood cancer patients and their families through CURE Childhood Cancer, an organization dedicated to finding a cure for cancers that affect children.
Thank YOU for helping erin gray provide meals to over 500 hospitalized children and family members each year. Live. Wear. Inspire.