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Vegan Shoe Designer Chats With Fashion Forward Eco Stars!

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Three of our favorites in one video? NO WAY!!!

Now showing on TheDiscerningBrute.com and GirlieGirlArmy.com is a video featuring Chloé Jo Berman and Joshua Katcher chatting with vegan shoe designer Elizabeth Olsen about olsen Haus — her fancy line of vegan footwear!

We featured an exclusive interview with the shoe designer to the stars late last year and give you our word that she’s super neat!

In the video, Chloé points out:

“Here’s the thing: women are so squeamish in general about blood and guts and war, and yet we’re wearing the skins of another being on our person. It’s so incongruous! And so when we look at lines like olsen Haus and we see our options: stylish, beautiful, elegant, just matches everything, but also are fashion forward — there’s no question as to making the switch.”

Incongruous? Good word, Chloé! 

So check out the olsen Haus brand and we see why we can’t stop talking about these badass vegan shoes!

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