34 vegan handbag brands you'll fall in love with
Molly Waring-Moore • January 25, 2019
We've found the best cruelty-free and vegan handbags at different price points. You won't be able to resist. Rather than just round up every single brand that happens to have non-leather options, we've focused on the brands that offer true vegan collections.
We have no doubt that you'll find a bag to suit your style in this mix. A lot of the bags have a higher price point than high street offerings, but if you can make the investment, it's worth it for a bag that will last and is better for the environment.
But if you need something even more affordable, check out Ebay and Depop for second-hand options that'll still offer you the same quality but at a fraction of the cost!
Charles & Keith
Charlies & Keith make some of the most beautiful vegan handbags we've seen and are pretty affordable for the design and quality. You'll find some truly unique bags that'll elevate any outfit.
Featured bag £75
Will's Vegan Shoes
Will's Vegan Shoes are most known for their... well, shoes. But they've introduced a few simple bags to their collection which are great for work.
Featured bag £105
Abbott Lyon create trendier vegan bags that are great for an everyday bag. We love this mauve and rose gold combination.
Featured bag £69
Wilby create traditional, heritage style bags for those of you who are looking for your one staple bag. They're high quality and reasonably priced.
Featured bag £80
Alexandra K make beautiful, classy luxury vegan bags with some great structured designs. They're definitely worth the investment for a timeless piece.
Featured bag £216
Stelar aren't exclusively a vegan company but we had to mention them because they have a high-quality vegan line that is hand-woven by evacuees from Mount Agung volcano in Bali.
Featured bag £195
Angela Roi are becoming one of the most popular vegan bag brands and for good reason. Their designs are timeless and super chic.
Featured bag £168
V by Townsley
V by Townsley bags are a little pricey but they're so versatile and built to withstand daily use. They have a few classic designs and colours to form the core of your wardrobe.
Featured bag £370
If you're looking for that classic designer style, Amazingly Vegan offer some great vegan bags. But unlike other designers, they have ethics and sustainability at their heart.
Featured bag £119.99
Urban Originals create some classic pieces, all while keeping their carefree Australian vibes.
Featured bag £76
Crystalyn Kae bag have a real LA vibe to them. They're a little more slouchy but super practical.
Featured bag £275
Something a little more unusual, Thamon bags are made with real leaves! They're versatile, minimal and truly unique.
Featured bag £43.33
Elvis & Kresse
Another brand using unique, sustainable materials. Elvis & Kresse old fire hose and parachute materials to create their handbags. These are robust - perfect for everyday use.
Featured bag £199
Another brand known for their shoes, Sole Society offer a great range of trendy, vegan bags. They're also very affordable if you're looking to diversify your wardrobe.
Featured bag £24.93
Govanhi currently only have one line of vegan handbags but they're beautiful. They're truly luxurious in design, fabric and colour. If you're looking for something special, this might be it.
Featured bag £450
Sans Beast is another brand we've been lusting over. Every single bag is so cool. They offer unusual designs that'll take your look to the next level.
Featured bag £268
Gunas create luxury vegan bags that give us real Kate Spade vibes. They're definitely worth investing in if you're looking for a more feminine style.
Featured bag £210
Denise Roobol creates your must-have city bags. They're perfect for work or for those of you with a super minimal wardrobe.
Featured bag £143
Golden Valley create traditional aged leather-look bags that are great for a bohemian style.
Featured bag £68
Poppy Lissiman creates fun streetwear inspired vegan bags that'll add an element of fun to any look. We also love the faux carrier bags.
Featured bag £64
HFS have some great sustainable, vegan bags that are made in LA. They're also one of the vegan brands that have been using Pinatex, the pineapple leather.
Featured bag £303
Pixie Mood offer unusual colours and a large range of designs at an affordable price. We love their ombre selection.
Featured bag £48
Hozen create on-trend minimal bags made from recycled plastics. We also give them bonus points for giving 10% off their profits to Mercy for Animals.
Featured bag £253
Another great affordable find. Pinkstix offer unique, trendy bags that look a lot more expensive than they really are.
Featured bag £57
If you're looking for a designer investment, take a look at Jill Milan's collection of vegan bags. The bags are handsewn and the hardware is handmade.
Featured bag £410
Noah specialises in vegan shoes and offer vegan alternatives to traditional-style leather bags. They've got a great range that'd be perfect for work.
Featured bag £190
Another popular vegan bag brand. You might've spotted one of your favourite vegan influencers with one or two. JW Pei creates beautiful, structured vegan bags that'll become a wardrobe staple.
Featured bag £180
Moshi bags are simple and practical but their vegan Moshi bag is also pretty chic. It's a great everyday bag that's suitable for work or a day out in the city.
Featured bag £89.95
LaBante are a must for luxury vegan bags. They have some amazing 'dupes' of classic designer styles with beautiful cruelty-free fabrics.
Featured bag £129.90
Melie Bianco has a great range of affordable, stylish vegan bags. We love their fun mini bags.
Featured bag £45
Lee Coren offers a modern, vegan take on staple handbags. They're minimal enough to fit into any wardrobe but the little details will just finish an outfit.
Featured bag £92
A true cruelty-free classic. Stella McCartney designs some of the trendiest luxury vegan handbags. Go for a classic Falabella or opt for a trendier piece.
Featured bag £664
Lulu Guinness is such a classic brand that when we discovered that they offer some vegan bags, we had to include them. While it may not be a vegan brand, the vegan options are so high-quality and thoughtful that we needed to let you know.
Matt & Nat
And last but not least, who could forget Matt & Nat. They're a true vegan staple, using eco-friendly fabrics, creating classic designs and durable vegan bags at an affordable price.
Featured bag £87.50
Check out our review of Matt & Nat for a closer look at the quality!
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