Leather Free Labels Love You!

If you've made the pledge to go leather free, you'll receive discounts from these amazing vegan fashion labels...

By choosing to live leather free, you are choosing to cut ties with a violent slaughter industry. How wonderful!

To encourage you on your way post-pledge, these leather-free, ethical and more eco-friendly businesses have given you a discount on their products. (It’s in your email inbox – let us know if you haven’t received it.)

Next time you’re wanting a bag, a pair of shoes, a jacket, or any other product traditionally made of leather, you know where to go. Happy cruelty-free shopping!

Ahimsa Collective

A fully vegan brand that makes bags from pineapple leaves, and washable paper.

Lined with recycled materials.

Made ethically in a vegan-owned Chinese manufacturing facility.

Time IV Change

Loved the watch DJ Tigerlily wore in our campaign video? You can get it too!

This Australian business creates watches with vegan straps made from materials including Piñatex, and eco-suede made from recycled vegan materials.

Made ethically in Hong Kong.


Loved the belt DJ Tigerlily wore in our campaign video? You can get it too!

This fully vegan brand creates bags made from Forest Stewardship Council certified cork.

Cork trees are harvested without them being cut down, as their bark is removed every few years without damaging the tree.

Made ethically in Portugal.

Will’s Vegan Store

Loved the shoes DJ Tigerlily wore in our campaign video? You can get them too!

This brand is certified vegan and carbon neutral.

The brand uses Ecolabel certified vegan materials, and they know where they’re made. Their materials meet Oeko Tex 100 and REACH regulations, and some are recycled.

Ethically made in Portugal under European Union employment, discrimination and health & safety law.

Saola Shoes

Each time a purchase is made with this brand, an environmental or wildlife protection charity is supported.

This brand uses sustainable materials like recycled ocean plastic, synthetic leather made from partly recycled sources, cork, organic cotton and recycled algae foam to create the parts of their shoes.

The shoes are made ethically in China, where a member of the brand, Xavier, regularly visits.

Hozen Collection

Hozen’s bags are made from PU based in bio-poly-oil (rather than petroleum, or Piñatex (pineapple leaf-based material), as well as recycled thread, zippers and labels.

Made in a fair-wage factory in Los Angeles by people who’s name you can learn on the website!

Bhava Studio

The completely vegan brand creates shoes made from PU, apple leather and some recycled materials and does not use PVC, or other harmful chemicals and dyes.

This brand makes their shoes ethically in Spain.

Gunas The Brand

This innovative vegan brand pioneered the use of  many more sustainable, vegan materials, such as plastic-free Mulbtex, silicone based ‘leathers’, and more.

Made ethically in South Korea.

Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather

The completely vegan brand uses sustainable materials that are produced in fair trade environments. These materials include eco-PU, PU made from renewable biomass such as cereal and vegetable seeds, and a PU made from 50% apple fibre. The brand is working to be 100% recyclable by 2021.

Shoes are made in a fair trade environment in both Spain and Portugal.

Vegan Style 

This Melbourne based store stocks a whole variety of amazing, ethically made vegan brands, as well as their in house line, Zette shoes.

Some of the brands they stock include Brave Gentlemen by Joshua Katcher, Alexandra K, TWOOBS, and more.


If you haven’t made the pledge yet, it’s not too late to make a pledge for kindness!

Pledge to go leather-free

Ethical fashion does not involve paying for the slaughter of animals. By entering a few details below, you can commit to a kinder world and pledge to say 'no' to leather when you shop!

As thanks, we'll send you an e-mail containing discount codes for leather-free products from vegan brands, as well as further information to help you on your way.

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