New Jeffrey Campbell Vegan Line

Edgy footwear brand Jeffrey Campbell teams up with Berkeley’s Convert to offer vegan renditions of its popular shoes.


Designer Jeffrey Campbell has unveiled a new eco-friendly, vegan line of shoes for Berkeley, Calif. boutique Convert. The Los Angeles-based footwear brand produces sustainable, leather-free versions of its signature platforms, boots, and flats exclusively for the environmentally friendly store, with several new styles due to roll out this month. Among the styles are faux-python loafers, tribal-print wedges, and the “Vida,” a play on Campbell’s popular sky-high “Lita” platform boot. Convert’s website states, “We’re honored that Jeffrey’s done a vegan-friendly and sustainable collaboration with us, five styles that are only available at Convert. So now and going forward, everyone can have a little ‘runway’ with their eco-aesthetic.” The boutique also carries vegan shoes by other brands including Tom’s and Native.

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