Whether you’re shopping for friends, family, or are vegan yourself, this is the ultimate eco-friendly vegan gifting guide for you. You’ll find a diverse selection of sustainable vegan gift ideas — including chic women’s accessories and artisan home goods — for Christmas, Hanukkah, or any other special occasion this holiday season.
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In this guide, we’ve curated some of our favorite gift ideas for this 2020 holiday season — from bags using new innovative vegan fibers to eco-friendly home decor using natural and recycled materials. If you’re looking for even more gift ideas, shop our full collection of Vegan Gifts here.
1. Hozen Cinch Bag in Tiger — $125
For the one on your list that likes to make a statement, this bold orange compact bag from Hozen is the perfect accessory. The chic, eco vegan bag is made from Italian biopolyoil animal-free leather derived from grains, recycled plastic and organic cotton twill lining, and recycled plastic thread. Hozen is a luxe vegan brand producing all of their high-fashion bags in Los Angeles, California.
2. Minna Stripes and Blocks Scarf — $78
MINNA’s one-of-a-kind geometric scarf is sure to be among your recipient’s favorite gifts this season.
This 100% cotton all-vegan scarf was handwoven by weavers earning fair wages in a family-run cooperative in Mitla, Mexico.
3. L. Greenwalt Cyanea Tassel Earrings — $84
This unique vegan gift from L.Greenwalt Jewelry is sure to be cherished year after year! The brand handcrafts classical, modern, and architectural statement pieces from responsibly sourced, ethically mined, or recycled metals. And the castings for all of L.Greenwalt Jewelry’s pieces are sculpted using a vegan carving wax.
4. Slash Objects Mirror in Gris — $165
Likely the chicest mini mirror you’ll find anywhere, Slash Objects’ desk and table accessories are made using recycled rubber and accented by beautiful brass detailing. The mirror matches perfectly with Slash Objects’ other desk accessories, too.
Slash Objects is a women-owned company making all of their pieces in Brooklyn, New York, and paying all employees living wages.
5. Sertodo Copper Cocktail Set— $250
This recycled copper cocktail set includes all of the essential accessories for concocting vegan cocktails in a home bar. It’s a gift sure to be loved by expert mixologists and newbie home bartenders alike!
Sertodo Copper is an international cooperative of master artisans based in Austin, Texas and Michoacan, Mexico, crafting quality goods from 100% recycled copper using heritage techniques.
6. Bloom & Give Mel Vegan Clutch — $220
These gorgeous wristlet bags from Bloom & Give can be transformed from travel organizer to a wallet or to a unique clutch, making them versatile pieces that will be well-loved for many seasons to come. Bloom & Give is a fair trade brand partnering with small cooperatives who use heirloom crafts and traditional embroidery, weaving, and hand-dyeing techniques to create one-of-a-kind accessories.
If you’re looking to give a truly memorable gift this season, Studio Variously’s handmade Katha throw is a special piece that they’ll treasure for decades.
The eco-friendly vegan gift is woven from rain-fed organic cotton that is left un-dyed and embroidered using thread that has been naturally dyed. This earth-friendly luxurious throw was woven slowly and ethically by master artisans in India.
A fresh take on ancient Chinese porcelain craftsmanship, these beautiful vases from Middle Kingdom are a true work of art. Each of Middle Kingdom’s pieces are finely crafted by skilled artisans using only the finest clays, glazes, and color blends in the ancient kiln city of Jingdezhen, China.
9. Azizi Life Akaneri Woven Bowls — $22 to $44
These intricately crafted bowls from Azizi Life are elegant and functional pieces for the home that can be used to hold keys near the entryway, knick-knacks on a desk, or makeup on a vanity. They can also be mixed and matched and hung on the wall to create a striking basket wall display.
The baskets were made from natural sisal fibers and forest grasses by artisans in Rwanda working in a fair trade environment.
10. Organic Chore Jacket in Navy — $86
Super cozy and made from 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton, Anchal Project’s hand-embroidered jacket will be a go-to in your gift recipient’s closet. This organic jacket can be worn with denim for getting projects done in the house or topped over a dress to stay warm and comfy for fancier occasions.