Business Spotlight: Peau De Loup

Meet Adelle Renaud and Erin McLeod, the owners of Peau De Loup in Vancouver, British Columbia. Frustrated with the fashion industry, Adelle and Erin took matters into their own hands and designed a button-down for women and non-binary folks. At Peau De Loup, they have continued to expand their catalog of clothes that break the binary barriers in the fashion world. Get to know more about Adelle, Erin, and Peau De Loup in this week’s Business Spotlight: Peau De Loup

This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

What’s your favorite part about the community your business is in & why?Ashlie Grilz, Director of US Expansion and Strategic Partnerships for Peau De Loup: Our LGBTQ+ community is at the heart of our brand and we are always looking for ways to amplify important voices, stories and calls to action in concert with our product.

Why is it important to you and your business that people #SpendLikeItMatters?

AG: We started PDL in 2012 because we were frustrated with how binary fashion is. We created our own fit system that favors body shape and size over gender, in hopes to make our consumers feel represented in their shopping journey.


What’s something your customers may not know about you or your business?

AG: We use only upcycled materials to build all of our products so everything is sustainable and it’s limited- edition!

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