Blogger Louise Cooney’s fashion line is an Insta success
The Limerick influencer has just launched Cloo, her own line of women’s activewear
For fashion brands, a mention on Louise Cooney’s Instagram page is valuable currency. The Limerick native, one of Ireland’s most prominent influencers, has a strong online reach and legions of followers who take her style advice seriously.
It’s hardly any wonder, then, that Cooney has decided to use her hard-won platform to market her own products. Last week she launched Cloo, a line of women’s activewear which has attracted significant interest...
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