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Jeffrey Campbell Launches Vegan Shoe Collection

The following article was written by peta2 youth marketing coordinator Helena Soh.

Veganistas, listen up! A recent announcement has shoe enthusiasts rejoicing everywhere. Widely adored high-end shoe designer Jeffrey Campbell is launching an all-vegan, sustainable vegan shoe collection! Oh, how I’ve swooned over many a Jeffrey Campbell shoe only to be sadly disappointed to discover that they’re not cruelty-free. Sad face, no more!

Campbell has teamed up with Convert, a Berkeley, California–based eco-boutique, for an animal-friendly collection that is sure to wow fashion connoisseurs, vegan or not. And with a price range of $104 to $159, veganistas are getting a better deal than regular JC fans for sure! The collection will only be available at the Bay Area, California, boutique (starting in September), but we’re hoping that it will eventually be available everywhere.

Don’t you just love finding out that a popular designer has hopped on the compassion train? Get a glimpse of the stunning styles here, or check out the full collection on Convert’s website.

Vita

Platform

Rockin’

Prospect

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BeeBee

If you “accidentally” end up in the Bay Area in September, I won’t tell anyone why. ;)

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  • Scheid says:

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  • Randy Brewer says:

    Just want to update this post. We’re selling our vegan Jeffrey Campbell shoes online now. Just go to: http://www.convertstyle.com/shoes/jeffrey-campbell and click the shop button. With our 3rd collaboration with Jeffrey Campbell arriving in store, we have a lot more exciting styles, from flats to high-heeled boots.

    Randy Brewer, owner Convert

  • Convert says:

    For those who appreciate the marriage of great style and vegan shoes, we thank you. Although sadly our website isn’t set up for e-commerce (we’re small so the cost of this type of website is beyond us now), we’re happy to take sales requests over the phone (510.649.9759) or via email (convertstyle@gmail.com). Signed, Randy Brewer, owner, Convert.

  • Linda says:

    But not very practical.

  • Coco says:

    OMG YES! I’ve been loving the Vitas and this makes me VERY happy, because I refuse to purchase yucky leather shoes!

  • Joana says:

    I absolutly love this shoes!

  • Teruyo says:

    Nothing interesting his designs shoes..actually fashon shoes are not healthy…no more

  • elida says:

    woowwyy <3 luvv thoseee e<3

  • Alva says:

    I like the BeeBee & the Prospect shoes. Maybe I’ll go by the Convert boutique when I go to Berkeley this Saturday. I live in Sacramento, CA.

  • vero says:

    those shoes are ugly,I dont care if they’re vegan and holly carlyle is right what’s the point of supporting,anyway I woul not wear those shoes looks like lady gaga stylle SUCKS!!!

  • Anita Walsh says:

    There is a REAL need for comfortable, practical leather replacement shoes.

  • kelley says:

    Oh my gosh! These shoes look amazing. It’s nice to be guilt-free in what you’re wearing. :)

  • Linda Claire of Jupiter says:

    Wha?? Fine, vegan, fine. But the crippling look of four of these pairs is sickening. Why are women going for this crap?

  • Nadia says:

    Finally! More people are awaking :)

  • kristen_barnes says:

    i like the rockin ones i would wear them every where

  • Naty! says:

    OMG!! First vegan shoes that don’t look crappy!!

  • Christine says:

    j’adore ! elles sont trop belles ces shoes ! bravo.

  • Aleksis says:

    Wait a sec…Will they be available for purchase on convert’s website? If not that REALLY blows.

  • Holly Carlyle says:

    What’s the difference between wearing a shoe that LOOKS like it WAS made from an animal (snake or otherwise) or actually wearing the shoe that looks and WAS made from animal skin…Aren’t you supposed to be SUPPORTING cruelty-free animal treatment? By wearing shoes that LOOK like you killed a snake or a cow to have made? Seems full of hypocrisy to me…….It’s okay to wear a representation of a dead animal carcass as long as it’s NOT a dead animal carcass?????

  • Cayla says:

    Oh my gosh, yes! I have always wanted some Jeffrey Campbell shoes, and now I can get a pair!! :D

  • kathy says:

    Yay! I emailed them a long time ago asking for vegan shoes. Maybe lots of people did.

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