With their recent launch of a PETA-approved vegan footwear collection, high street fashion retailer, Topshop joins the growing number of brands listening to their customers and introducing vegan ranges in their mix.

Handmade in Spain, the collection is made using premium materials that are completely free from animal products (including animal and fish-based glue). The packaging happens to be vegan too.

Speaking about the launch, Maddy Evans, Topshop’s Fashion Director said:

“We are really excited to be launching our first vegan collection. We can’t wait to see how shoppers respond to the design-led collection and how far we can push vegan products across our accessories offering.”

The 12-piece range consists of six styles that each come in two different colour options. The fashion forward range features a largely neutral palette of black, white and nude in classic designs including mules, Birkenstock-style slides and block-heel sandals, as well as pink mock-skin slingbacks and burnt orange sandals. The affordable range is priced between AUD $85-$120 and can be purchased online at Topshop.

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Prior to launching The Vegan Company, Melissa co-founded Meat Free Week, an award-winning, global campaign aimed at raising awareness of the impact excessive meat consumption and production has on animals, the environment and human health.

Having traded life in the city and a successful career in magazine publishing for the serenity of coastal-country living, Melissa now lives in northern NSW, Australia with her husband, two daughters and a colourful menagerie.

Melissa believes there’s a huge shift occurring in the way the world views and treats animals and is excited to be a part of the global vegan movement driving this.

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