You must have noticed this vegan handbag company in my social media. I was recently contacted by them to introduce you to this company that is creating probably the best vegan bags I’ve seen in my life (yes, yes!) Keep on reading to find out more.
Since I’ve made the switch to a vegan closet (which probably goes back to December 2016), I realised that there are so many alternatives to animal leather. I have come across many different materials, such as polyurethane, microfibre, pineapple leather, apple leather, mushroom leather… But the one I haven’t actually talked about in my blog is cork.
Here is a question I ask myself a lot: “Why do you care about animals when there are humans suffering all over the world?” . And it’s a fair question. If your veganism is founded on ethics, on a desire to reduce suffering and not take part in suffering as far as is possible and practicable, then caring about your fellow humans and striving to reduce their suffering should also be important to you. It’s not that you have to do it all, but that you should be conscious of suffering and work against it and the systems that encourage it when possible.