Our favourites from Zette's newest collection

Our in-house label Zette is luxuriously, ethically made across Brazil, Spain and Portugal. Featuring a selection of opulent, playful and elegant materials, Zette’s latest collection is animal-free and ready to star in your wardrobe. Here are some highlights from the collection:


This perfectly cut mid-calf boot pairs superbly with culottes and higher cut pants or denim, underneath longer, flared pants, with mid-length and short skirts and dresses. Accentuating the length and natural curves of your legs, these boots are timelessly flattering and stylish.

Available in three different embossed vegan leathers that replicate crocodile skin – sans cruelty – choose a cherry red, deep brown or classic black colourway. Menos is also available in a matte yet shiny black, a slightly sparkling cognac ‘snake skin’, and in black and silver glitter.

Wear Menos all year round, day to night, work through play. On the perfect not too high or low block heel, Menos is ready to make any day more sleek.
Menos mid calf vegan boot


The second edition design of our Tanya heel comes in a new, patent brown crocodile texture, and in a warm, inviting floral textile featuring soft black detailing and a taupe, velvety base. Fairly handmade in Spain, Tanya is as elegant as she is practical.

A staple style in the Zette collection, Tanya has been created in a wide range of textures and tones, and these two new offerings are some of our absolute favourites. The rich, chocolatey reptilian leather alternative is transseasonal, and brings a subtle hint of life and colour to an outfit. Tanya’s new floral textile on the other hand, is sure to be noticed, the delicate design not often seen on this style of block heel.

Tanya vegan block heel


If Menos is a little too high for you, or you prefer a lower cut of boot, the Jacqui is for you. This ankle boot features a small and practical 5cm block heel, and a short shaft length of 15cm. Play with fishnet, sheer or patterned tights and socks, or leave your legs bare.

The Jacqui boots, like Tanya, are a core part of the Zette collection, now also available in a slightly patient, brown or crocodile texture. These materials are free from cruelty, and have a lower environmental impact than their animal skin counterparts when considering the climate, biodiversity, water and land. A new, dark silver glitter-coated Jacqui boot is now available, too.

Wear Jacqui to a picnic, a dinner date, the cinema, the library or your work – they’ll fit any occasion, keeping you comfortable and elegant.

Jacqui vegan boot


The Billie boot is for those who want no heel, and plenty of fun. In a classic combat style featuring a thick, lugged rubber sole, 10 lace eyelets and a pull tab back, Billie transforms a timeless shoe with statement-making materials.

A light, velvety corduroy of dark blue with dark fuschia, olive green and muted pastel floral designs is paired with black velvet laces in one new Zette style. Another features an intricate geometric-patterned fabric in contrasting white and black, sure to turn heads.

Billie vegan combat boots


Versatile, a little quirky and good for both cool and warm weather, Shona features cut out sides and lace-up detailing. These shoes can be dressed for a feminine look, or styled androgynously. Tailored pants, thick winter stockings, distressed denim or a dress all pair perfectly with Shona.

By choosing Shona over a pair of conventional cow skin leather shoes, not only do you help to protect animals from the fashion industry, you save carbon emissions, water and precious biodiversity. Cute for you and the planet.

Shona vegan sandal


How can you go wrong with a ballet flat? This never-out-of-trend classic is particularly popular again at the moment, as people appreciate the delicate and dainty side of fashion. With sweet vegan leather bows and trimming, Colince comes in a dark silver glitter, a white and black textile, and a mesh coloured like an iridescent oil slick.

Ballet flats are the perfect slip on and off shoe that go with literally everything – and these ones will bring some extra excitement to your look.

Collince vegan ballet flats

Author bio: Emma Hakansson is the founding director of Collective Fashion Justice, and the author of How Veganism Can Save Us

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