Originally posted by Carlo:
Tags do vary. Many labels make stuff all over the world and even the fit is different depending on market. I am guessing (but would put money on this guess) that Dolce's shirts for the US market are cut bigger than those for the Italian market. I'd also venture a guess that the shirts for the Japanese market are different.
Oh for sure fit varies. Even the level of workmanship varies for different markets (as A.Harris and I discovered on Incotex). But for tags? My brother showed me the stuff he bought in the States and they had the same tags as the stuff I bought in Milan for him. With the tags I've seen from Kiton, Brioni, etc, the tags looked the same between Europe and the U.S, except sometimes when they have the "made for/cucito per.." I wouldn't know anything about the Asian markets though. What has been mentioned on this forum was Lacoste, and the various different tags used for shirts made in various countries. But with all the D&G's I bought for my brother over the past 2 years, they were all made in Italy and had the same tag.