8 of the Best Vegan Handbags

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If you’re on the fashion pulse, you may have already heard whispers of celebrity designer and PETA supporter Meg Mathews’ collaboration with high-end vegan accessories label Wilby this month.

Her collection is the latest in fabulous cruelty-free accessories, and to celebrate, here are eight super-stylish bags from companies that have signed up to be a part of the brand-new “PETA-Approved Vegan” scheme. Whether you’re after an oversized tote, a cutesy clutch or a non-nonsense shoulder bag, there’s something here for everyone!

  1. Wilby Yellow Citibag:
    Meg Mathews' Wilby collection - Yellow Citibag
    Our top pick from Meg’s collection, it’s crafted from sustainable cork.
  2. CoraLlei Peri Shopper:
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    Irish-designed and Italian-made, this shopper was made from high-quality vegan leather.
  3. Bo Carter Buba Bag:
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    Up-and-coming talent Bo Carter walked away with the New Designer Award in our 2013 Vegan Fashion Awards and uses no animal products in her collections!
  4. Susie Faulks Wild Hare:
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    This adorable printed tote is made from a mix of linen and cotton oilcloth and is extremely durable.
  5. Gamberini Zòji Nuvola:
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    Delicate appliqué panels make the bags from this Italian designer really stand out from the crowd.
  6. Esprit Perforated Clutch in Vermillion Red:
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    We love the edgy texture and vibrant colour of this chic clutch.
  7. Cosi Cosi Fashion Tiziana:
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    Can you believe that the material for this bag is made from 100 per cent recycled plastic bottles?

All of these bags are 100 per cent PETA-approved, so you can shop with absolute confidence. These brands have made the commitment to fighting cruelty to animals, and we’re with them all the way!

Of course, no list of vegan bags would be complete without something from the legendary Stella McCartney, so last but certainly not least:

  1. Stella McCartney Beckett Mini Bag:
    Stella
    Chic and sustainable, this bag comes in classic grey or delightfully summery hot pink.

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If you’re looking for animal-friendly accessories closer to home or on a budget, there are also some great options available on the high street, thanks to Accessorize, ASOS, Topshop and others – just be sure to double-check the label before you buy. Happy cruelty-free shopping!

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  • Elaine cairney commented on June 25, 2014 at 6:01 pm

    Why should any animal suffer or be killed for human fashion

  • Angie commented on July 2, 2014 at 6:53 pm

    Thanks so much for the links to these fab bags. I particularly love the Cosi Cosi website and it’s now saved to my favourites. I think I’ll treat myself to one of their Tiziana, Lorena or Romina bags for my upcoming birthday. In fact why stop at one! I’ve never seen such a website where ALL the bags are to my taste as well as vegan. Bravo Cosi Cosi.

  • Shan commented on July 9, 2014 at 1:17 pm

    Love Stella McCartney!

  • Helga Riekeles commented on July 13, 2014 at 7:01 pm

    Thank you for shoving these fantastic bags with no leather from animals.
    I look forward to find a shop in Norway selling vegan bags. it makes life even better with a lighter conscience.

    love from helga R.

  • Anne commented on November 19, 2014 at 10:42 am

    So good to see these posts about non-leather bags. We’re a new and small online business selling vegan bags, wallets and jackets – http://bit.ly/1uI0XxC. Based in Sydney but we believe in the global world so expanding into selling in the US and the UK. Our first bags and wallets are available through Amazon http://bit.ly/amazonukstorefront and we’d love your comments. Jackets are on their way and in store within days! Through Peta in the US, we are accredited for the Peta-approved Vegan logo.

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