GOODALL Women's cruelty free vegan black Sneakers by JEAN LOUIS MAHE
The Goodall women's black Sneakers from the handbag designer of the Jean Louis Mahé brand is out and of course you can find it on Vegan Mode. Sneakers with style that go with almost anything like a long dress, a mini-skirt or just a jean. The Goodall's have been designed to give you a maximum of confort in sizes 38 - 41. With these Sneakers the choice is for substainable fashion and a ethical one, made with of microfibres on the inside and in Néolite on the outside. Without animal products and vegan. You can find the Goodall´s in blue and light gold.
Material : 100% microfibres on the inside and Néolite on the outside made in Portugal.
Care : Gently rub bag with a water-soaked cloth. Do not use chemicals.
Sizes: 38– 41
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Vegan bag, animal friendly - Durable and ethical leather goods
Women's vegan baskets - Goodall - Jean Louis Mahé
The first women's Sneakers from Jean Louis Mahé that are fabricated by a family firm in Portugal come in sizes 38 - 41. Substainable and ethic fashion in a eco-friendly fabric made with microfibers without toxic chemicals and without animal products.
Vegetal leather in microfibers
The french fashion brand Jean Louis Mahé has made the choice to repalce animal skin by a vegetal eco-friendly leather manly made out of microfibres. The Goodall´s are a part of the idea, vegan and substainable. The baskets are made with micofibers and polyuréthane without solvants and Néolite.
- Vegan leather in microfibres
- For women
Jean Louis Mahé
Jean Louis Mahé in based in Aix en Provence designs bags with no animal fabrics (100% vegan and environmental friendly) choosing its partners carefully according to their ecological and ethical charts. The brands name is honoring the name of the stylist, Virginie Barbier’s grand-parents as an echo to ethical tradition : respecting the nature, loving it and be amazed about the wonders of the planet, all that being humble. Jean Louis Mahé is Peta labelized and won the prize for the best vegan ban in 2017 for Antilope, reminding the wild nature of Asia and Africa, a constant inspiration for the designer.
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