Sustainable sneakers that are stylish - these are the luxury objects of our time. Many stars already rely on fair trade shoes from Veja, McCartney and Co.
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This is how sustainable fashion and new luxury works today
Today, sneakers are no longer just sneakers for everyday wear, but instead stylish All-rounders that are perfect for luxury Lifestyle fit. Many stars are already showing how this can be done - and above all wearing sustainable sneakers that were produced fairly and resource-efficiently. Many even arise from upcycling processes. For example, plastic fished from the sea.
Sustainable sneakers - these 8 labels are loved by celebrities
- Stella McCartney & Adidas Stan Smith
- Adidas Parley
- Stella McCartney
- Ethletic has
The American brand Allbirds - which is even sponsored by mega celebrity Leonardo DiCaprio - produces sustainable sneakers made of eucalyptus tree fibers and fair sheep wool. The minimalist designed Allbirds are not only fair trade but also very comfortable, breathable and can even be washed in the washing machine. Now, Allbirds is finally available in Germany.Celebrity fans are, for example, Emma Watson and Barack Obama.
The shoes of the Fair Trade label do not only look good, but they are also produced sustainably. These sustainable sneakers consist of organic cotton, natural rubber and canvas. Moreover, they are fairly produced in Brazil. The packaging is also Fair Trade and comes in recyclable cartons. Coming from France, the English Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is a big fan of these fair trade sneaker.
3. Stella McCartney x Adidas Stan Smith
Stella McCartney, who is well known for her high-end and ethical Fashion, has now created her own version of the well-known Adidas Stan Smith model. Only environmentally friendly materials were used for this sustainable sneaker. The sneaker is vegan - produced without animal leather - and the used polyester is 100% recyceld. Kanye West and Usher love this shoe. Even Emma Thompson is no longer without it: she even wore the model at her ceremony at Buckingham palace.
4. Adidas Parley
Adidas drives Sustainability in cooperation with the organization Parley for the Oceans even further: with the running shoe Parley the second pair of fair trade shoes is launched. What is Adidas doing here? Every pair of shoes prevents thats XNUMX plastic bottles land in the trash. How? Parley is made of recycled plastic yarn. These sustainable sneakers are especially popular with prominent athletes. Star investor of the plastic yarn producer Bionic yarn is Pharell Williams.
5. Stella McCartney
Once again this year, Adidas has given Stella McCartney the title of creative director, designing sustainable sportswear alongside sportswear for the upcoming spring / summer collection sneakers and shoes. The latest highlight in fair trade sneakers: A shoe completely in crochet lookIt Alpha Edge 4D shoe is technological and stylish very far ahead. The loop sneakers again, it was designed so that no glue was used and the upper and sole could be recycled separately at the end. Her latest collection focuses on casual rainbow colors.
Under designer Mats Rombaut, the Belgian label does not only create sustainable sneakers, but also brand new vegan slippers. Matching the green motto: They look like a green lettuce leaf. The other shoe models are vegan and consist for example of rubber, tree bark or cellulose. Prominent wearers of the Rombaut sneakers are Haley Baldwin and Bella Hadid. For example, the latter has often been seen with the ankle-high model Boccaccio.
7. Ethletic has
Starting with sustainably produced footballs, Ethletic has a sneakerscompany that produces completely vegan shoes. The German company uses organic cotton Sneakers for the sustainable sneakers. The greatstyle is similar to an Converse or Vans. However, Ethletic has even more upbeat colors.
The Spanish Company Ecoalf was founded by Javier Goyeneche because he wanted to create a fashion series that was as fashionable and qualitative with recycled material isas non-recycled products. With his "Because there is no Planet B " campaign, Ecoalf is at the ravages of time. Also, the sneakers are of course fair trade: The sole is made of algae, the material is made of recycled plastic bottles. Buying sustainable sneakers, doing good and minimizing waste - the concept is also loved by stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow.