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post #196 of 201
^ take a picture. As far as I know N(N) under Takahiro had three different labels, sometimes all occurring in the same season:

1. The recognizable black label with white border, with 'number (n)ine,' New York, Tokyo etc. in handwritten text.
2. A very thin silver label with NUMBER (N)INE in all caps in a monospaced typeface in white. If I recall correctly, this label was more common on the older pieces, and is also found in the denim.
3. An all black label, with slightly lighter black text stitched on in a flower, Victorian-style typeface. I think this is present on some of the suiting, and I also think it's more common after 2008, which is where I've seen it more often.

I can't remember what the new labels look like, but you can probably find some pictures on YJP!
post #197 of 201
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Originally Posted by VitaTimH View Post

^ take a picture. As far as I know N(N) under Takahiro had three different labels, sometimes all occurring in the same season:

1. The recognizable black label with white border, with 'number (n)ine,' New York, Tokyo etc. in handwritten text.
2. A very thin silver label with NUMBER (N)INE in all caps in a monospaced typeface in white. If I recall correctly, this label was more common on the older pieces, and is also found in the denim.
3. An all black label, with slightly lighter black text stitched on in a flower, Victorian-style typeface. I think this is present on some of the suiting, and I also think it's more common after 2008, which is where I've seen it more often.

I can't remember what the new labels look like, but you can probably find some pictures on YJP!
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Here is what it looks like. Thanks for your input. I'll also look through Y! JP to see if I can find info

post #198 of 201
That's the care tag, not the label. Is that a t-shirt? I haven't owned any n(n) t-shirts so I don't know what the tags look like, and it makes sense that it wouldn't have the larger label. For what it's worth my tags don't look like that -- they have the season, composition, and ID code.
post #199 of 201
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Originally Posted by VitaTimH View Post

That's the care tag, not the label. Is that a t-shirt? I haven't owned any n(n) t-shirts so I don't know what the tags look like, and it makes sense that it wouldn't have the larger label. For what it's worth my tags don't look like that -- they have the season, composition, and ID code.
It's a sweater. That's the only tag I can find on this and it's on the front, it it has care information. I have other pieces that have the bkack tag with the white outlining, and I've seen the tags of some of the post-2011 stuff but this one I can't find any info on it. Plus this one doesn't have a code or ID
Edited by sosuke - 3/29/15 at 8:24pm
post #200 of 201
Number (N)ine x Magical Design (2005)


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Also bought a t-shirt:


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It's literally an American Apparel tee with a print on it. Fortunately it was cheap.

And a book:


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post #201 of 201

If any of you is size "S" - you're damn lucky. http://yahoo.aleado.com/lot?auctionID=c450188254#enlargeimg

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