If you don’t know already, find out what’s so wrong with leather.
At ALV, we are against all forms of exploitation. For this reason, the vegan products listed here are all made ethically, considering the well being of those who made them. Products manufactured ethically are more expensive, because people are being paid a fair wage.
Keep scrolling too, to see what Animal Liberation Victoria thinks of vegan second hand shopping – a more affordable, and very sustainable option.
Please note: note all brands are completely vegan, unless stated. We have done this so as to present the best ethical and vegan garments available on the market.
This store stocks vegan, ethically made and sustainable pieces.
This jacket is made of cork, a natural, renewable and biodegradable material.
A Peta approved vegan, certified B Corporation brand, meaning it meets the ‘highest standard of social and environmental impact’. Their products are made ethically in Pakistan.
The brand uses multiple materials, including water-based alternative to traditional synthetic leather, which is non-toxic and biodegradable. They also use Piñatex and recycled synthetics.
DJ Tigerlily wore a James and Co jacket in our campaign video!
This brand is made ethically in Los Angeles, and they’ve created their own sustainable vegan leather. There are no animal products on their website.
Their leather is made of a mix of more sustainable, PVC free materials, including pre-consumer waste materials.
A completely vegan brand made entirely of women who create their garments in-house where their main office is in Colombia, to ensure fair treatment of those creating them.
The brand works with both recycled materials and synthetics.
This vegan brand ethically makes their products around different parts of Europe.
This skirt is made of polyurethane, and the brand uses other vegan materials such as recycled furniture materials (moto jackets made from couches!), organic cotton and Tencel.
This brand is not completely vegan, but they have clearly labelled vegan options, including this vegan leather dress.
The vegan leather used is made ethically in Italy, in a facility where the health of workers is cared for, and environmental emissions are lowered.
All garments are ethically made in New York.
Animal Liberation Victoria also endorses the (more affordable!) buying of second hand and vintage vegan ‘leather’ products, which have already been created from man made materials. Have a look in your local thrift store, vintage store, or on online secondhand stores like ASOS Marketplace, Depop and thredUP!
We’ve selected some second hand shoes found through searching ‘vegan leather’ on Depop, to inspire your hunt, below. When you hunt, make sure to ask the seller to send you a picture of the material content tag!
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