What is Vegan Design?


A vegan, humane or cruelty-free product is one which does not originate from any living creature, is not an animal byproduct and is not tested on animals.  

A vegan designer offers products, materials and fabrics that do not contain, harm, torture or exploit any conscious living being, human & non, nor harm our planet. Humane alternatives are healthier. Animal skins and hides that are used for furniture are treated with toxic poisons & chemicals that penetrate our skins. Vegan fabrics & products are gentler, cleaner and overall healthier for newborns, babies, children & adults.

Vegan Alternatives are environmentally friendlier than their animal based counterparts. They rely less heavily on our planets resources & produce less toxins and garbage.

[Fur is] not relevant, it’s not sexy, it’s not fashionable, and it’s not cool.
— Stella McCartney, Designer & Activist

One of the many misconceptions that society has regarding animal skin, fur & feathers is that they are luxurious. There is nothing beautiful or sexy about wearing a coat or sitting on a sofa that is an end result of animal cruelty and death,  human suffering and penetrating poisons embracing our skin.

We fortunately live in a time in which there are endless man made & natural, durable and truly fabulous materials and fabrics that are not made from living creatures & do not contain poisons that are lethal to workers on farms & factories and the end user – you!


Vegan Is The New Black!

There is a growing demand from consumers worldwide to put an end to animal testing, animal derived products and healthier alternatives to enhance our well being. The community of socially conscious & health driven shoppers is only growing stronger, urging more and more businesses to offer vegan alternatives!

Vegan design acknowledges that all living creatures have emotions, feelings and should not be sacrificed or abused for society's idea of luxury.

Do you think using furs today is still modern? I don’t think it’s still modern and that’s the reason [Gucci decided to stop using fur .] It’s...out-dated.
— Marco Bizzarri, CEO of Gucci

The vegan design movement is growing at an exponential rate and we are so thrilled that you are taking a step towards saving the lives of all living creatures human & non and transforming the world.