Testimonials

This place is the ONLY place in Manhattan to get your luggage and leather accessories repaired.
— Facebook Review, 2015
Recommended by the New York Times, Vogue and top leather companies for its modestly priced, excellent work.
— The New York Edge
Had my girlfriend’s Samsonite case unlocked within minutes after she forgot her code. Customer service was outstanding. Was so interesting to watch their dealings with people from all walks of life and of different moods and emotions- they all got the same polite, efficient service. Impressive in this day and age where businesses have a fixation on just being unique and different but simply being better is forgotten.
— Facebook Review, 2016
Modern Leather Goods is amazing! I just picked up a leather jacket I had burned a hole in, and it looks terrific. They notably also advised me about the best way to fix it and boy were they right. Very impressed and appreciative!
— Yelp Review, 2016
Modern Leather is a full-service leather goods repair center that is the ultimate in restoration, re-creation and cleaning. At least Sarah Jessica Parker, Yoko Ono and Ringling Bros. think so.
— InStep Magazine
This is the kind of place you hope to find. The wheels on my luggage were damaged during travel (came out of the conveyer belt broken). The man at the desk was cheerful and knew immediately what to do.
— Yelp Review, 2016
First, the tailor here is excellent. Second, damn good service! Very pleased with Modern leather goods.
— Yelp Review, 2016
...when it’s time to take that classic Kelly into the shop, go where Tod’s, Stephane Kelien, Saks and Denise Redge go - to Modern Leather Goods.”

”Modern’s perfectionist staff can tackle a daunting list of problems.”

”These experts give damaged goods new life. Barneys, Michael Kors, and Versace are biased toward Modern Leather Goods
— New York Magazine
Modern Leather Goods, a family-owned and operation since 1944, can do most repairs-replace zippers, mend tears, rework stitching—within five to forty five minutes (a.k.a., while you wait)
— In New York Magazine