Posts Tagged ‘vegan shoes’

Celebrity Style, Ethical Fashions, Footwear

Celebrity favourite Beyond skin launches new range of ethical shoes

By Andrea Petrou on January 15th, 2010

Beyond skin.jpgDo you want celebrity shoes at an ethical price? If the answers yes then you’ll love this new range by Beyond Skin.

The brand, which has been favoured by celebs such as Cheryl Cole and Natalie Portman, has just launched a new collection, which will be sold at the newly opened Anthropologie store in London’s Regent Street.

The new collection of ballet pumps are made from vintage fabric, sourced from the charity Traid Remade, they may be tad expensive at £68 a pair but with only around 10 versions of each design made, we think it’s definitely worth it.

And ladies who like their shoes with a bit of height are also in luck. The company will be launching a range of evening styles and a range made from recycled bottle tops in March.

We’ll see you at the tills.



Celebrity Style, Fashion News Roundup

Shiny Happy Friday blog roundup: a celeb-heavy edition

By Andrea Thatcher on October 3rd, 2008

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Where has Agyness been this season? Catwalk Queen tells us.
Shoewawa finds us a new resource for cruelty-free footwear!
Gemma Ward was nominated for an Aussie Film Award for The Black Balloon.
Check out a gallery of Lindsay Lohan’s fabulous handbags!
We’ll finally be able to get a piece of Sophia Coppola’s style!



Accessories, Celebrity Style, Fashion News, Footwear, Retail News

Celebrity Designer Alert: Natalie Portman to create vegan footwear

By Andrea Thatcher on January 2nd, 2008

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It’s no secret we love Te Cesan, and now we have a reason to love it even more. Natalie Portman has agreed to design a range of vegan-friendly shoes for the New York boutique.

Long known for only wearing shoes from Target and Stella McCartney due to their animal friendly properties, the actress will unveil her collection next month. You can pre-order via the website from the 15th January with prices around the $200 mark – significanly less than most high-fashion vegan shoes out there. You know, all two lines.

A hint of what’s in store reveals a pair of patent red Mary-Janes with 5% of the profits going to charity.

For more great shoe news make sure to visit Shoewawa.

[Source: HippyShopper via CatwalkQueen]




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