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The New Shoe Line Approved By Vegans — & Gwyneth!

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    The name Olsen may bring to mind two quite popular sisters in the fashion industry, but there's another name-twin worth committing to memory. Elizabeth Olsen — not the duo's sis, but a totally unrelated Olsen! — is the founder of Olsenhaus, a socially responsible footwear line we're loving. And, so is the celeb set; just ask Gwyneth Paltrow.

    After creative stints at Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, Olsen launched her own vegan shoe collection, made entirely with non-animal materials in cruelty-free environments. This fall '14 lineup is sure to snag the attention of even the most devout of leather-sole devotees (it got us!). Think: sexy cut-out heels, monochrome Mary-Jane flats, and monogrammed smoking slippers. They're a step in the right direction if you're looking to lighten your carbon footprint, without sacrificing personal style.

    All the styles will be priced from $150 to $250 when they become available online and in select stores this summer. View our picks ahead with a clear conscience — all your furry friends are safe in the forrest.

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