Hm. Â I don't know anything online, but you can probably go by prices at your local shop, or a large chain store's site (Neiman Marcus, Saks, etc.) Â Catalogs are also helpful here, get one from Saks or Neimans to get an idea of pricing. As for Armani, I'd insert the Armani Jeans line after AX, then Emporio after Collezioni. Start with the designer's website. Â There will usually be some sort of marketing pitch for the line that will easily place it price-wise. Â Also, Dolce & Gabbana have a comprehensive history of their company, along with info on how to spot fakes. Â The & line is a diffusion line, sort of an entry level into the Dolce & Gabbana style... very easy to fake (since there's not many complex signature pieces), however $30 is not that large of a sum to learn a lesson on. Â Go by the label code and cross reference it against the season's code or whatever is listed on the D&G site. Baldessarini is HB's high end tailored line. Â I'd say BOSS is just under it (black label) with the orange label being the more sportswear oriented pieces. Â The HUGO line is comparable, maybe a little bit under, but it's more casual, even compared to BOSS orange label. Prada, Miu Miu, and Prada Sport are all ultra-lux, even though Prada Sport would be considered the low end. Â I find all three lines rather bland on the whole... especially the Sport line. Â Nothing like a red stripe to break necks, though. Versace has totally gone downhill, there are so many diffusion lines it's impossible to get a real feel for the image they're trying to project. Â Ultra-lux? Â Sure... but the Jeans Couture line is horrid, and the Classic V2 line is boring, Versus is too rock star, etc. Â I've been thinking about writing an article about buying on eBay, spotting fakes, with tangents on diffusion lines and getting deals for a while. I've done enough research and collected enough "evidence" for something with alot of substance. Â However, I'm wondering if (a) there's any reader interest, since the target audience would buy from a reputable chain store/boutique anyway, and (b) where's the publishing market? Â I'm thinking 1,500, maybe 2,000 words, which would place it outside of most magazines (see (a) as well, wrong audience) and I don't know about the online market. Â Any interest or ideas out there?