Vegan Handbag Brands

The term Vegan and fashion have not always gone so well together, with many high fashion brands opting for Leather, Suede, fur and even Reptile Skins deeming them “luxury materials”, Vegan’s have often turned their back on the fashion world.

Now that Veganism is becoming more popular and even considered “trendy” by some, this popularity has provided the opportunity for Vegan fashion brands to emerge.


Gunas – New York


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Gunas a High Fashion Vegan Label that has been featured in Vogue and Glamour was founded by Sugandh G. Agrawal and her message is very simple.

Animals are NOT meant to be a part of fashion. We can look and feel good without harming other living beings. We need to connect our selves with what goes on behind the scenes and question our actions and their impacts.

Additionally Gunas also care about the people who make their bags and so no Gunas bag will ever be made through slave labour in Sweatshops.


Banda Bags

Founded by Brianna Jane as a humanitarian enterprise to help the people of the Island Banda Aceh in Indonesia after the Tsunami in 2015.


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With a commitment to kindness she knew that she wanted to create a product that was eco friendly and one that wouldn’t be of harm to animals.  Banda Bags have been featured in Eluxe Magazine and made popular by many celebrities including actress Rachel Bilson.


Labante London

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Modelled by Sheridyn Fisher the author of plant based life and an animal rights activist.

Labante London were founded in 2009 and their philosophy and ethos is to produce #Fashionwithrespect, ensuring that they are ethical as well and environmentally friendly.

Fashion with Respect’ implies that we consider all living beings and the planet.

Labante London has the PETA seal of approvement and can be purchased in stores such as Debenhams and House of Fraser.


Urban Junket

Urban Junket is a Minneapolis-based handbag design company founded in 2008 by Tracy Dyer, the daughter of the late Dr Wayne Dyer, author and motivational speaker.

The Urban Junket collections include Laptop Bags, Handbags, Accessories and Bags with Chargers.

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Urban Junket’s t.o.t.e. {to observe the earth}

Made from rPET  (recycled polyethylene terephthalate) a material that is used to make recycled bottles, the unique handbag line features a number of different designs in an array of colours inspired by nature.


Eve Cork

A luxury vegan and sustainable handbag brand made from Cork that comes from the bark of the cork oak tree in Portugal. Cork trees can live up to 300 years and Eve Cork employs farmers in Portugal (as this is mostly where Cork tree’s grow) to harvest the cork every 9-10 years. This process actually helps the trees to grow faster and live longer.


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We believe that in order to feel good, you need to surround yourself with things that are worthy of feeling good about. At Eve, we strive to provide you with stylish, high-end products that have a positive impact on both the environment and economy.