Loughlin Joseph

Grace Cook

Grace Cook is a London-based journalist covering fashion and lifestyle with an interest in sustainability and craft. Cutting her teeth as a fashion writer at Financial Times Weekend, she later worked at The Business of Fashion before moving to freelance. Today, she writes features for international broadsheets including Financial Times, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, as well as British Vogue, Financial Times How to Spend It, Monocle, T Magazine, and Wallpaper*. Under her commercial portfolio, she has worked with brands including Harvey Nichols, MR PORTER, and NET-A-PORTER.


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Loughlin Joseph is an editorial bureau and commercial consultancy founded by Ruari Mahon in 2021. 

Our language artists are editors and writers with roots in global publishing across style, culture, design, architecture, and business. Rethinking “copy” as a function, we craft distinct brand language and identity through an approach that is integrated with values, positioning, and commercial direction. 

Our commercial consulting begins at the center of a brand and builds outwards. We foster collaboration between communications and commerce. We optimize nature and strengths, which translate into seamless, full-spectrum strategies for growth. 

Clients include CDLP, Centra, CHIMI, Community Clothing, FEIT, JMDS, John Sheppard, Lætitia Jacquetton, Lauren Manoogian, and Mara Hoffman.