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The French brand VEJA has been loved by fans inside and outside Europe since its inception in 2004.

The brand was originally founded by Sébastien Kopp and François-Ghislain Morillion.

Within the brand, the focus is on sustainability. Materials come from all corners of the world and are processed in an eco-friendly way in popular designs such as the VEJA V-10, V-15 and Campo.

VEJA's eco-friendly production process sets the brand apart from its competitors.

The leather and organic cotton is fairly sourced and sustainably incorporated into the designs.

The rubber is obtained from the Amazon, and the brand use organic cotton grown by farmer's associations in Brazil and Peru.

In addition, VEJA uses recycled materials and several models are made in a completely vegan manner.

The History of VEJA

Before the release of the first VEJA sneaker, founders Sébastien Kopp and François-Ghislain Morillion were already searching for suitable, ecological materials.

In 2004, the duo traveled to northern Brazil where they struck up conversations with local rubber tappers.

The contacts Kopp and Morillion made while traveling were very valuable and laid the foundation for VEJA's production process.

In 2006, VEJA's first collection was shown in Paris in collaboration with French designer Agnès b.

In recent years, the sneaker brand has also collaborated with names such as Rick Owens, Marni, Emir Shiro and Make My Lemonade.

Did you know?

"Veja" is Portuguese for "look".

According to the brand, this is a nod to their slogan "looking beyond the sneakers, looking at how they're made."