Prepare for autumn in style with Air & Grace's first ever vegan collection.
Who doesn’t love a good pair of well-made, ethical shoes? London based footwear brand Air & Grace is launching its first-ever vegan shoe collection coming this autumn.
Approved by PETA, the collection will be made with materials that have no animal derivatives and that are also responsibly sourced. The shoes are designed using materials that are breathable and durable so they not only look great, but they will also last too.
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The range includes five different designs of trainer in Air & Grace’s iconic Cru and Alto styles and two different summer espadrilles styles. Prices start at £99 for the Fiesta Multi Leopard Espadrilles, £149 for the trainers and £179 for the Leopard Print High Tops. This new collection is also made using Air & Grace’s Tender Loving Air® Comfort Technology, made up of three different layers of luxurious vegan memory and recovery foam cushioning and adhesives, ensuring luxurious comfort.
Air & Grace also care about who makes their shoes, choosing to partner with family-run factories in Portugal and Spain. These families have passed their skills from generation to generation, ensuring their shoes are of a high-standard standard.
Air & Grace founder, Claire Burrows commented, “We designed the new Vegan Collection in response to popular customer demand for animal-free products. With veganism moving heavily into the mainstream, it felt only natural and in keeping with the Air & Grace ethos to provide not only vegans, but all women, with an offering that met consumer needs and combined a unique blend of considered comfort, quality and style – and true to Air & Grace, provided women with shoes that look great, feel great, and stand the test of time.”