Hello Veganuary! Whether you’re challenging yourself this month with removing animal products from your diet or alternatively, looking at other ways to embrace more sustainable sources for your lifestyle, there are an increasing number of vegan fashion labels to consider. And when it comes to bags you are spoilt for choice.
Thanks to Melie Bianco for the beautifully woven shoulder bag called Brigitte. Melie Bianco are the owners of a PETA award for Best Animal Friendly Accessories.
La Bante vegan bags from London have been busy this January already. Teaming up with Joy B a digital creator (featured below), you can enter an instagram competition to win this lovely handwoven backpack. Introducing the Rosie backpack.
Vuxari from Australia brings us a very versatile City Case crossbody bag – think a hybrid camera and top handle bag which has been stamped with a global recycled standard badge.
Another Australian label, Prene bags has been busy creating a custom bag for this year’s tennis open tournament. And whilst they are known for fusing fashion with function, the Pebbles bag featuring a tactile croc exterior and their contrast signature twist handle.
On the go
Roka London brings lots of casual and urban style bags and the crossbody bag called the Willesden Scooter is available in various bold colours, made from recycled nylon bags.
From Canada, Matt and Nat, bring us the Nara backpack, made 100% from recycled water bottles. This is the bag option for when carrying a laptop. Available in a green, grey, plum and black.
If you’re looking for a more sophisticated look and clean lines, consider the Aphrodite bag from the label Mashu. This bag is made from vegan leather (made with recycled polyester from plastic bottles), obtained from no food and GMO free corn crops.
Bag a bargain
The Chess bag from Wilby Vegan Bags is an ideal bag if you prefer more structure to your accessories and is currently in the January sale. The brand has grown from humble beginnings producing vegan clutch bags and now they have a wide collection of bags and the brand is fully vegan approved by PETA.
Show me the curves
A collection of sustainable and vegan brands isn’t complete without checking in on the latest from Stella McCartney. And whilst her Falabella bag has been refreshed with iridescence, the logo hobo shoulder bag is bright and bold and has been spotted over the arm of Dua Lipa.
And for a combo of curves and croco effect, head to Alexandra K label, for the Joy half moon bag which comes with a detachable shoulder strap to offer options to carry. This label comes from the heart of Europe and the bags are made in Poland.
There you have it, 10 vegan fashion bag brands to consider for 2022. Enjoy!
Thanks to Daria Shevtsova from Pexels for the header photo.