Progress, not perfection. We live by these words at Poppy Barley. Perfection is paralyzing; progress is encouraging. In the past few months, we’ve reached some incredible milestones on our journey and are more motivated than ever to boldly impact our communities, people, customers and the environment.
Our founder, Justine, announces our new Benefit Corporation Certification and shares the inspiration behind reaching this sustainable milestone. She digs deeper into what the title really means for the environment, community and our customers.
Instead of choosing convenience, we’re choosing to be thoughtful about the products we purchase and the impact they have. Learn about some of our most-loved responsible fashion brands and how they’re transforming the industry.
September always brings a return to habit. The nonchalant days of summer slip away and our cool-weather, life routines re-emerge. The structure is a welcoming return to the purposeful lives we’re building. During the process, I also become very aware of what’s not working. The same thing happens with companies.
Two design and construction experts explain how to build a functional and beautiful interior.
Nailing down a brand identity—whether it’s a logo, font, or online presence—is not an easy thing, and changing course on an already established persona can be even more difficult. After six years of business, Poppy Barley took on the monumental task of throwing everything out to debut its rebrand.
Make the most out of your Vancouver Summer vacation! We asked jewelry designer Melanie Auld and her Brand Director Nikki Smith to give us their tips for the best places to visit.
When it comes to setting and measuring goals, it’s important to take the time and mental space to step back and assess successes, opportunities, and ways to improve going forward.
How we can make small, meaningful changes to reduce our environmental impact and promote sustainable practices in our everyday lives?
Meet four like-minded companies, brands, and individuals who are working hard to create a more equitable and green fashion industry.