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Jeffrey Campbell & Convert's Latest Vegan Shoe Collection Debuts

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    When fashion big shots come together and collaborate, sartorial magic is destined to ensue. And such is always the case when Jeffrey Campbell teams up with Berkeley-based Convert for a collection of sustainable vegan soles. The cool, footwear fusion has kept us captivated from season to season. So, naturally we’ve been waiting with bated breath for the duo’s latest collection — and we’re not disappointed!

    The fifth installment made entirely of biodegradeable fibers, synthetic leathers, and dead-stock fabrics embodies the edge JC is known for while still managing to be plenty gentle on the environment. From sexy ankle-strapped pumps and tribal-printed loafers to sky-high leather laceups and colorblocked flats, these wondrous wares will have you stepping up your shoe game in no time. Walk through our slideshow of the eco pairs that range from $95 to $169 — and if a serious case of yearning comes along, note that most of the beauts are available right this second. The rest will follow in the coming months, so for now we’ll have to settle for gazing and daydreaming.

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