Vegan actor and activist, Evanna Lynch, is rocking the latest in vegan fashion -- apple leather. The compassionate celebrity posted a photo of herself on Instagram sporting a pair of Veerah bright blue point-toe heels, made with a plant leather that comes from the peels of apples. \u201cHow beaut are these shoes from @veerahofficial made out of APPLES #appleshoes #veganshoes #whatwilltheythinkofnext,\u201d wrote the star to accompany the post. Judging by her photo, the eye-catching heels certainly look like patent leather. Veerah is one of the cutting-edge companies leading the way in sustainable fashion and plant-based leather. The New York City-based shoe and accessories brand is completely vegan and designed for high fashion and high function, meaning one can actually walk in its shoes, no Band-Aids required. The company claims that apple leather is more durable and breathable than animal-based leather, ensuring a high-quality product that will last throughout the seasons. Other companies are also implementing leather alternatives in their\u00a0collections. Before apples, pineapple\u00a0skin was \u2014 and still is \u2014 a trending textile. Made from discarded pineapple fibers, Pi\u00f1atex has been used by a number of independent and corporate brands, including Hugo Boss, which came out with a line of men\u2019s Pi\u00f1atex sneakers in May. Several accessory\u00a0and bag brands, such as HfS Collective, also use the\u00a0material to create their timeless fashion pieces. Lynch has a reputation for supporting cruelty-free companies as part of her vegan lifestyle. In June, she posted some Instagram praise for Delikate Rayne, a small fashion design business run by two vegan sisters. The actor wrote, \u201cThis isn\u2019t a paid collaboration, I just believe it\u2019s important to support independent, vegan designers who are changing the face of fashion and proving that you don\u2019t need to exploit animals or compromise on ethics to enjoy fashion.\u201d The ethical actress also hosts a weekly podcast, The Chickpeeps, where she and her co-host interview vegan activists, leaders, and innovative companies. Miyoko\u2019s Kitchen, Wicked Healthy, and Coco Caravan have all been featured to discuss their company's plant-based mission. Further, in just the past month, Lynch has advocated for vegan butterbeer at Universal Studios and participated\u00a0in a Humane Society International video to speak against the dog and cat meat industries.