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Everything began when Angana saw a gap in the market during the pandemic while struggling to find a bag that checked all the eco-friendly boxes she required. Uncomfortable with the idea of fast fashion and the amount of waste it creates, she decided to spend lockdown researching how she could make an earth-friendly bag of her own.

For Angana, it’s very important to offer the highest quality materials possible. Materials not only with a luxury touch, like genuine leather, but also durable. The eco-friendly soft faux suede is 100% recycled from plastic bottles. Using this velvety material not only exudes a luxurious sensation but also hasn’t damaged the environment during its production.
In 2021, Veganologie’s materials and products received important certifications from GRS (Global Recycled Standard) and PeTA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), which attest to the transparency and the hard work in making Veganologie a cruelty free, ethical, and sustainable fashion brand.

“Veganologie’s brand integrity lies in our it’s quality, design ethos, and story. We believe that classic, well-made fashion doesn’t need to come at the cost of animal lives. Nor is any part of the environment harmed in our process,” says Angana. The company use the same commitment to both animals and the environment to produce bags with ethical and sustainable manufacturing in mind.

At Veganologie, we ensure that all our bags are made by artisans that are paid fairly and who work in ethical conditions. For us to Keeping this aspect at the core of the brand, Veganologie has been certified by SEDEX’s SMETA Audit (SEDEX Members Ethical Trade Audit), the social auditing methodology, enabling businesses to assess their sites and suppliers to understand working conditions in business’s supply chains.

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