Ayman Tanning Co. Pvt Ltd. is proud to have this facility too, at their own production line and prouder of its commitment to quality and determination to fulfil its clients requirements with utmost professionalism.
We’re careful about using the term vegan leather as it can be a bit misleading. Veganism is a commitment to not use any animal-derived material or ingredient, so it makes sense that the term vegan leather is only used by brands who have made the commitment to being 100 per cent vegan.”
Vegan leather is a material that mimics leather, but is created from artificial or plant products instead of animal skins.
Vegan leather has come on leaps and bounds over the past few decades, meaning that well-made vegan-leather products can often be mistaken for the real thing—

“The vegan leather made by us is buttery soft and sometimes people mistake it for real leather, so it’s definitely not compromising on quality.”

  • It is often made from polyurethane (PU) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) – two different plastic polymers that are most commonly used due to their wrinkled texture which helps to give the effect of real leather, according to PETA.
  • It can be made to order as per any designer’s whim.
  • It can also be made from innovative and sustainable materials such as pineapple leaves, cork, apple peels, other fruit waste such as mangoes, and recycled plastic and used to create products that put animal skins to shame.
  • The process involves cutting and cleaning the leaves, mashing them up, drying the mashed cactus for 3 days, mixing it with non-toxic chemicals, shaping it into the preferred texture and colour. The result is beautiful, organic and durable vegan leather!



Economical – Vegan leather is much more pocket friendly than real leather.
Realistic Quality – Vegan leather can be modified and improved with variations in grain, colour and textures to reflect a visual appearance with a realistic leather quality.
Consistent Appearance – Vegan leather will provide a uniform look since all the pieces come from the same stock.
Fashion – Vegan leathers can also be printed on, providing enormous variety of textures and patterns. In addition, being a synthetic material, it can also be dyed in a rainbow of colours. This fashion forward approach allows for more freedom when decorating residential or commercial interiors.
Easy to Work with – Vegan leather is easier to cut and sew than real leather. In addition, needle marks are usually less noticeable and threads blend with the vegan leather material more seamlessly. It is often a lot thinner than real leather and much more light weight.
It is already waterproof – As vegan leather is made with a plastic coating, it is already waterproof. This makes it easier to clean by just using a mild detergent or just by wiping it with a damp cloth.
Conditioning products can’t penetrate it to stop it from drying up and cracking, which can happen if the fake leather is in the sun a lot and also if it’s a particularly poor quality material.