Hottest vegan fashions roundup 2019

Why is vegan fashion so important? You might think avoiding leather, wool, fur, snakeskin, and other animal products was enough. But if your commitment to veganism comes with a dedication to doing your very best for the planet and for your body, then every thread you put on becomes a way to show that commitment.

Luckily, VeganNation is here to help you out, showcasing some of the coolest innovations in vegan fashion for 2019 in this roundup of seven partners who are showing their creativity in this area.

Shoes & Beyond

As VP Sales and Business Development in the international market, Liat found herself needing to dress the part, but it was a challenge since she’s a vegan — especially when it came to finding great shoes that didn’t look too clunky. That’s why she started her Tel Aviv business, Shanili, where she’s combining two of her loves — her love of animals and fashion — to create the shoes she dreamed of wearing in the corporate world. Shanili’s motto is “Live Fashion, Walk Compassion,” offering gorgeous high-fashion shoes you’d swear were leather for men and ladies. The store also offers a range of trendy accessories — check it all out at

Veganism starts at birth, and for the littlest ones in your life, you’ll definitely want to know about Goolibaby, shoes that look as adorable as the leather ones you can find everywhere, with one huge difference — they’re made out of environment-friendly cotton with textured non-slip rubber soles to keep kids safe. Available in baby to toddler sizes, some with personalization, this is another business created by a mom who couldn’t find products to suit her lifestyle, so she started creating them, focusing on creating products that are friendly to the environment, animal cruelty free, and fair-trade based. Goolibaby also sells a variety of textile-based nursery décor. Find it at

Gurus flip flops are already making waves abroad, and now they’ve come to Israel. These natural sandals, available in a delicious buffet of bright colors and color combos, stand out for their distinctive “toe-button” design that helps keep them firmly in place. All the natural rubber used in Gurus flip flops is sustainably sourced from family farms in Kerala, India. In fact, a portion of the profits goes toward planting new trees on partner farms back in India, so you’re actually benefiting the environment along with an ethical business every time you buy a pair. Check out their fresh designs for Summer 2019 here:

Fashion & Accessories

If you haven’t met Adon Carlos yet, you really must! All the accessories you could dream of, for men or ladies, in planet-friendly materials like cork and repurposed inner tubes. There are messenger bags, funky belts, tobacco wallets, and more, for men and ladies, so you can feel great showing off your accessories. Many Adon Carlos products are available with personalized engraving on a slip of cork “fabric” sewn into the item for that delightful personal touch. Find it all here at

Elena Carew moved to Israel from Buenos Aires, Argentina and brought her love of high design and fashion with her when she came. Now with her adult daughters, she’s designing bags and accessories under her own line, Elena Carew Vegan Bags. There’s a range of looks and styles, from laptop bags to evening bags, wallets, and much, much more. We’re pretty sure your next favorite purse is hiding at Elena’s site. Check it out here:

Home Styles

If you enjoyed our roundup of vegan substitutes for leather and pleather, you probably already noticed that one of the vegan textiles being used to substitute in purses, shoes, belts, and wallets is cork. Nature’s Cork is an Israeli company making a name for themselves with their creative and stylish line of cork products. From iPad cases to coin wallets, from yoga blocks to wine accessories, you’re sure to find something great here either for yourself or to give as a gift. Check it all out at

Just when you thought you’d seen everything cork can do (see above!), there’s even more in store from Spapla, an awesomely fun name that comes from Italian. You’ll find a huge range of décor items here, all fashioned by co-creators Danna and Efi Sabo in flexible, natural-grain cork. From cushions to coasters, wine tags to storage baskets, lamps, clocks, tissue boxes, and more. There’s also a great range of fashion accessories, and it’s all made by hand in their own studio. You can find them at museum shops all over Israel or at their site:

Here at VeganNation, we’re super-proud to be partnered with all these companies doing their best to create quality products for you, your family, and for gift-giving. Stay tuned for more roundups in the very near future showcasing some of our newest partners and everything they’re doing for vegan fashions, food, and more.

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