It would take another Attolini tailor to fake an Attolini. So if, at a rare chance you saw one fake Attolini suit, with all the hand work, Neapolitan shoulder and a perfect roll but a sewn-on Attolini label --- wait a second, isn't that an Attolini suit? On the other hand, if your local tailor could do as good, then you really don't need to buy from eBay. The bottom-line is, don't buy it merely for the label, otherwise we are back to being label-whores again. Â If the padding on the shoulders or drape on the chest don't make a slightest difference to you, then you really don't need a Kiton. Â However, if there is a suit that displays good handwork on the armhole, buttonhole, etc., superb styling and fits well, I don't think it really matters what the label says. Â Of course, learning about fit and styling is another matter. Â Buying off-the-rack should be a journey where you learn to tell the difference. Â After that, it really doesn't matter if it's Kiton or Attolini.