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Luxury Vegan Brands

Luxury vegan brands are no longer a novelty. Thankfully, consumer demand has been pushing the fashion industry toward more sustainable practices, and vegan fashion has been on the rise for several years now. And that includes luxury vegan handbag brands. Shopping vegan means you look for products and brands that do not use any animal products or by-products; hence, no animal cruelty. But nowadays that does not mean you have to settle for a frumpy looking bag. You can get a high-end look that is just as polished and drool worthy as any leather-based products.

Below is a list that highlights 15 of the top vegan luxury brands.

Vegan Luxury Brand Bags – The Top 15 

Stella McCartney - Ms. McCartney is credited as being the first designer to launch luxury vegan collections. She has been in the game for over 20 years and has done a lot with recycled polyester and nylon materials. Today, the Stella McCartney brand offers clothing, handbags, and fragrances.

Laflore Paris - Laflore Paris offers products that specialize in cork leather. They also use a retro style kiss-lock clasp on their bags. 

Lavāda Handbags - Lavāda Handbags is the only American woman-owned luxury brand offering 4-in-1, interchangeable vegan leather bags made from bio-sustainable cactus without PVCs. You can style your bag your way, which means you can mix and match elements to complement your wardrobe, all without having to transfer the contents of your bag! Playful options include adding an outer cover or swapping out the belt or carrying strap.  You can also add a decorative scarf instead of the belt, and you can even increase the bag’s utility by hanging essentials on the outside (like your work ID). Lavāda is a Las Vegas-based company that truly thought of the modern woman. 

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Ashoka Paris - Ashoka Paris creates sustainable and ethical handbags made with materials like apple leather, recycled polyester, and vegan suede.

Vegia Bags - Vegia is a Swedish brand that was established in 2018. They offer vegan leather bags made from non-woven microfiber leather with a polyuretane resin coating.

Miomojo - Miomojo is an Italian brand that creates vegan handbags out of plastic scraps, polyurethane, and plant-based leathers such as apple skin and corn. Their collection includes everything from backpacks to clutches, all made with eco-friendly materials.

Jeane & Jax - Jeane & Jax is a Canadian brand that creates vegan handbags from recycled plastic bottles and polyurethane. The company ships in Canada and the U.S.

Svala - Svala is a brand that creates vegan handbags made with materials like cork, pineapple skin, and recycled polyester made with plastic bottles.

Pixie Mood - Pixie Mood is a Canadian brand that creates its vegan handbags with cork, recycled plastic bottles, and vegan leather.

Matt & Nat - Matt & Nat is a Montreal brand that creates vegan handbags made with from items like recycled nylon, cardboard, rubber and windshield resins. They are one of the more popular vegan handbag brands in the market.  

Melie Bianco - Melie Bianco is a Los Angeles-based brand that creates handbags made from PU (polyurethane). Their products are manufactured in China. 

Hozen - Hozen makes its bags with vegan PU (polyurethane) leather which includes recycled plastics and hemp.

Angela Roi - Angela Roi is a US-based brand that uses mushroom and cactus vegan leather for its bags.

HFS Collective - HFS Collective uses pineapple skin as its plant of choice for vegan leather bags. They are a Los Angeles-based company.

Alkeme Atelier -  This company’s sustainability mission includes using bags made from recycled clothing, windshield glass, and pineapple fiber.

Vegan luxury brands are still outnumbered in the industry. But it is encouraging to see an increase in experimentation with materials like plant and fruit fibers. Saying a product is free from animal cruelty is just the beginning. It’s also important to see a growing focus on the reduction of harmful chemicals and plastics that are used in manufacturing. There is still much to be done, and so much more to learn. But we are optimistic that as luxury brands grow in number, so can the array of consumer choices.  

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