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About LAI

For a good 50 years, Luxury Accessories International has been a leader in importing, tanning, cutting and selling all kinds of leathers—crocodile, python, ostrich and lizard—from all over the world. Using this extensive knowledge of exotic skins, the company began by producing top-quality belts, bags, shoes, and key fobs for a long list of major international fashion houses. Having now struck out on its own, Luxury Accessories sells custom accessories in any shape and size, in every type of leather, and dyed every color of the rainbow. Each piece is handcrafted by top-tier artisans in New York City.

Past Sales Featuring LAI

Sale Ended April 29, 2011

Second Nature: Neutral Handbags

Nail the neutral look with this amazing selection of statement handbags. Whether you're aiming for noir or nude, you'll find a bag to complete the outfit. And since we've gone wild for texture, this sale includes woven styles, wooly designs, and everything in between—so there's literally something for every mood.

Sale Ended November 15, 2010

LAI Luxury Accessories International

Attention to detail is all too often what makes or breaks a man's style. Our LAI sale is here to help with a slew of sleek accessories like alligator key fobs, preppy lizard-trim belts, smart leather flasks, and more—curating the rest of your look is up to you.

Sale Ended January 31, 2011

Best Gifts Under $25 - 12/1/2010

We've selected a grouping of gifts for our discerning members who know that high style doesn't have to be high priced.

Sale Ended July 23, 2010

LAI: Luxury Accessories International

Hand-crafted by top-tier artisans in New York City, it’s no wonder that Luxury Accessories International has been a leader in leather importing, tanning, cutting and selling for half a century. This selection of animal-skin bags and accessories — from color-soaked lizard-trim belts to python satchels and clutches — will add a hefty dose of luxe to any wardrobe. Smaller accessories, like leather cardholders and python and crocodile keychains, round out the collection.