The best vegan shoe brands you need to know right now


When it comes to fashion, sustainability and ethics are becoming increasingly important factors for consumers, with many of us prioritizing animal welfare and the environment like never before. And, in the footwear business, many shoppers want to make sure the products they buy meet these criteria, hoping to invest in vegan shoes only.

So we’ve rounded up the best vegan shoe brands available to buy right now. Whether you are looking for an everyday sneaker, a dressy heel or an all year round boot, these are the labels that strike the perfect balance between style and preservation of the environment.

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Good news


The Good News ethic is simple: “Choose wisely, buy less, and make it last.” In an effort to create a healthier planet, Good News takes its vegan credentials seriously. His sneakers are all made with environmentally friendly materials, with recycled rubber soles and organic cotton uppers. Dead animals and faulty shoes are donated to the homeless and refugees in need, and its supply chain is constantly monitored to promote fair trade. With an H&M collaboration on the horizon, this is a brand to have firmly on your radar.


Virago sylthe


Sylth Virago was founded last year by two friends, Danielle Goldman and Athanasia Diamantis-Svec, both passionate about fashion and animals. After struggling to find products that were created ethically and that did not harm animals or the environment, they saw the opportunity to create their own brand. The duo enlisted designer Kyle Blackmon to create unique designs with strong silhouettes designed for the most stylish women.




If you are looking for vegan sneakers with a classic style, look no further than Yatay. The brand is PETA approved, 100% vegan and each shoe is made in Italy.

Yatay is already a celebrity hit with Benedict Cumberbatch, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Jessica Chastain and David Beckham all being regular carriers.

The brand has its own land in a Kenyan rainforest, where it pledges to plant a tree every day forever, as part of its 365 initiative. With every pair purchased, a tree is planted and the buyer gets a code. to monitor tree growth and the amount of CO2 offset.


All kinds


Allkind is a 100% vegan label – all products are made from natural or recycled rubber, cotton or recycled materials. The brand is committed to being a carbon-emitting company from day one, partnering with Offset Earth for rainforest protection, renewable energy and tree planting programs. 5% of its profits are donated to causes they believe in, such as PETA and The Rainforest Trust.




Veja is a brand loved by many, including the Duchess of Sussex and sustainability lawyer Emma Watson, both of whom have been seen regularly sporting a pair with the instantly recognizable ‘V’ detail.

The brand was founded in 2005 with the aim of making each stage of production as low impact as possible. It uses certified organic cotton and Amazonian natural rubber for its canvas, laces, uppers and soles are purchased directly from farmer associations in Brazil and Peru – sometimes at twice market value. One in three Veja shoe models is vegan, its leather alternative is cotton fabric covered with a corn-based coating.


Beyond the skin


Beyond Skin offers vegan shoes for all occasions, whether it’s everyday or a chic mule for a special night out. Founded in 2000 with the aim of offering luxury vegan footwear that has individuality, authenticity and sustainability at the heart of the brand, the brand has grown into a hit.

In addition to being a vegan shoe brand, it is a sweatshop and free of child labor with sustainable and environmentally friendly production practices. Each shoe is made from 100% recycled faux leather lining with a plant-based polymer coating – you can read more about the materials from Beyond Skin here.

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