He does seem like a really nice guy, the only thing that I thought was weird was that the tag was not sewn on when I thought it would be, but I didnt really pay attention to that when I was in Saks. Â The thing about the fake Canali is what got me worried. Â It seems to me like it would probably be real because if I was gonna fake an Armani suit I wouldnt go to all the trouble to make sure it fit exactly the same in size and cut as an armani and had a perfect looking COA and hanging tags, because that seems like a lot of work for something that would probably be caught when it got tailored anyway.
detecting fake Canali is easier. Â Canali is canvassed suit (reg, line and Exclusive.. don't know about others). Â So do the 'pintch' test .. make sure canvase is there. Â And almost all Canalis I saw had picked stiching on lapels, cuffs, and flaps. Again .. with Armani COA stuff.. its pretty easy to fake. just get one authentic Armani suit, and copy the layout and prints them. No hessel there. Armani suit uses VERY thin and soft fussion. you should almost not notice fuse when u grap the front pannel of the jacket. So take one of your other fused jacket, squeeze the front pannel of the jacket.. then do the same for ur armani .. if it is an authentic armani.. u should have feeling of 'wow'..