Emma Watson-Endorsed Footwear Brand Launches Vegan Boots

The shoes are made from recycled plastic and rubber
The shoes are available to pre-order now (Photo: SUSI x PETA)

Animal-free and sustainable shoe brand SUSI Studio has teamed up with animal rights organization PETA to launch vegan ankle boots.

The limited edition SUSI x PETA shoes, which retail for $115, are made with recycled plastic and rubber, and come in a 70s-style design in camel faux suede.

Celebrities who have worn the brand's animal-friendly shoes include Emma Watson, Miley Cyrus, and Rooney Mara.

The brand's focus is 'to inspire compassion towards humanity, animals, and the environment through creativity' (Photo: SUSI x PETA)

Collaboration

30 percent of sales from the collaboration will go toward PETA's work to help animals used in the clothing industry.

SUSI Studio Founder Bianca Moran said: "SUSI is beyond excited to collaborate with PETA on these limited-edition boots, which prove that we can have fun with our wardrobes while still taking steps toward a kinder world for all beings."

PETA Executive Vice President, Tracy Reiman, added: "The luxe SUSI x PETA ankle boots are the perfect choice for any modern woman wanting to live more consciously - and to look good while doing it."

Pre-orders are available now from here - and SUSI will be ready to ship by January 2.

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