Vegan Fashion Library, the new addition to the Vegan Fashion Week is the first of its kind in the world

The first fully vegan showroom in the world, Vegan Fashion Library, aims to inspire and support ethical designers as a creative answer to the issues our world is facing. Emmanuelle Rienda, the founder of Vegan Fashion Week™, which has shaken up the USA’s fashion world, just launched the Library as a permanent showroom alongside an online boutique full of gorgeous high-end vegan designs. Located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, the new industrial loft is filled with leading plant-based innovation, such as clothing, shoes, and accessories made of apple, cactus, or pineapple leather, plant-based wool, vegan silk, and more.

The online boutique offers an array of sustainable fashion options made in America and Europe. 

Categories include Plant-based Leather, Cruelty-Free Wool, Cruelty-Free Silk, Organic Cotton, Natural Plant Dyes, and Slow Fashion brands. The product lines cover women’s and men’s clothing and shoes alongside jewelry, accessories, luggage, and suitcases.

The designers featured online are amongst the very best creators of sustainable, stylish, and innovative fashion. Most importantly, their talent goes into designing beautiful and quality clothing free of animal exploitation that can last the test of time.

“Fashion is the semiotic representation of our social and political climate, and Vegan Fashion Week is the
unapologetic voice leading the charge for change in the fashion industry. ” says Emmanuelle Rienda,
founder of the movement and adds: “We are leading positive change through conscious creativity. Let’s take this opportunity to think about the cause of the pandemic, see beyond social distancing to create new awareness and change behavior. We need to rethink the way we consume, what we consume, and how to sync sustainability with ethics. “

Elena Daniilidou

Elena is an ethical vegan and minimalist advocating for sustainable and slow living.

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