These days, vegan fashion lovers are spoiled for choice: brands are offering on-trend designs that are more long-lasting and high in quality than ever. And this year, ethical style enthusiasts have even more to be excited about.
By Sascha Camilli: writer, speaker, activist, and vegan fashion expert.
The easy-to-wear footwear brand: Agazi
A footwear wardrobe that's versatile and comfortable at the same time? You've got it! Agazi offers a wearable range of boots, loafers and trainers in leathers made from plant-based materials such as corn and apples. This is the ultimate blend of comfort, consciousness and chic.
The everyday essentials handbag label: Estimon
Whether it's a laptop bag or an elegant bucket design, ethical handbag label Estimon has the vegan bag you're looking for. An easy-to-match colour palette meets next-generation materials and classic silhouettes which you'll still love in years.
The sportswear-inspired sneaker selection: Hylo Athletics
If your New Year's resolution has anything to do with working out, you might want to add some extra incentive in the form of nice exercise gear. Hylo Athletics offers a range of sneakers in renewable materials, reducing reliance on fossil fuels.
The elegant footwear range: BLOOM Paris
BLOOM Paris is the vegan shoe brand to have on your radar this year. The label's sleek heels and dainty sandals are already on our wish list for summer, while their stiletto boots in sultry velvet are a year-round statement maker.
The dapper shoe designers: Solari Milano
Solari Milano's polished, chic shoe designs are the ultimate in understated elegance when it comes to footwear. The brand's loafers, oxfords and brogues are made locally in Italy, and aim to be as kind to the environment as they are stylish.
The forever bag brand: Melina Bucher
Championing innovative materials such as the plastic-free vegan leather MIRUM, Melina Bucher is the vegan handbag brand that ranks high on our wish lists in 2024. Structured, office-appropriate totes is this label's speciality, but it also excels in cross-body bags and laptop cases.
By Sascha Camilli
Sascha Camilli is a vegan fashion writer, speaker and activist. Her book Vegan Style is out now on Murdoch Books. For more about Sascha, you can read our interview with her or listen to her podcast Catwalk Rebel. You can also follow her on Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Cover image by Melina Bucher. Other photos by respective brands.
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