KHOI LE was sprouted from the concept of absolute simplicity and utility forged into the field of accessories, without sacrificing taste or a unique aesthetic.
Each piece has a tangible relationship with society as well every day life, and the pieces become sprouted from a the direct need for an accessory or product that is yet to be in the market or one that expresses the design sense that Khoi Le has.
These wares are constructed in house and produced in house either in New York or California.
The Leathers, fabrics, and hardware are sourced as locally and nationally as possible ensuring a healthy support in the local economy.
Khoi Le has attended the Parsons School of Design for fashion design as well as The Fashion institute of Technology for Accessories Design.
He has also worked under Bliss Lau for her innovative handbags and jewelry line as well as Marc Jacobs for his Collections and second line Footwear.
How they Started:
Born from the need to fill void in the accessories market where the designs were thoughtful yet robust. The quality matched that of artisanal goods, but were fairly priced. Much of what they create is structured after a need for a specific product that has yet to be introduced in the market or one that has its own sense of design and taste.