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Choosing vegan clothing might appear to be daunting at first. You have to carefully look at the materials that you never thought about before, such as the glue that holds your shoe together. Fabric and shoe adhesives can have casein, gelatin, beeswax, or other animal products that would make them non-vegan appropriate. The good news is that there are a lot of vegan clothing options available in the mainstream market today. Here is a round up a few of our favourite Menswear Vegan brands to give you men-folk some inspiration for your next wardrobe investment. Finally, brands are cool, vegan and ethical.

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Down is the soft feathery layer that grows closest to a duck’s skin, mostly on the chest. Manufacturers love the ease of working with these feathers, since they lack quills. Usually feathers are removed during slaughter, but ducks and geese being raised for foie gras or meat are sometimes plucked repeatedly while they’re alive. Save the Duck developed a synthetic down from recycled polyester they call Plumtech. The company designs all its jackets to be lightweight and easy to pack, as well as to spare the suffering of birds.


Plant Faced is about promoting a new wave of consciousness that supports the non-harming or exploitation of any beings – humans, animals, or plants. They ensure their clothes and those who make them are treated with all the respect they deserve, and use garments that have undergone strict ethical certifications, such as Fair Wear or WRAP certified. This means that not only will you look great but you can feel great too, knowing you’ll be supporting among other things…


Matt & Nat is a luxury vegan brand that has been loved by brand ambassadors like Olivia Wilde, Charlize Theron, Emily Deschanel, and more. They use no animal products and recycle materials as much as possible. Their items are made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, rubber, and recycled nylon. Their signature trademark is their vegan leathers used to make their high-quality bags.


That brand is Brave GentleMan, founded by Joshua Katcher – a Parsons School of Design adjunct professor. The label’s ranges include accessories in ‘future-leather’ – a biodegradable polyurethane which is EU Ecolabel certified – and ‘future-wool’, a cotton-polyurethane blend twill which incorporates recycled materials.


Striving to make a difference with their clothing, is No Nasties. While most brands continue the same manner, this guys use 100% organic, fair trade, and Vegan methods of production when it comes to their clothing. In terms of their designs, we can vouch for them if you’re looking for all-over funky prints.


In 2006 Monkee Genes was born out of frustration of the denim market, wanting to offer something fresh, vibrant and youthful, with an eco and ethical conscience. The team behind the brand wanted to prove that there is such a thing as looking fashionable whilst supporting sustainability.


They have been a vegan company at the front of vegan clothing and sustainable fashion since they were established in 2012 by their founder Will Green. Through helping people worldwide life a more positive life, they have become a part of the vegan lifestyle and the goto name for vegan shoes.They only use vegan materials from the uppers & linings to the glue. All their products are registered with the Vegan Society and are embossed with their trademark. They are an award winning PETA Approved company.

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