In my opinion this is fake. The reasons: (1) item is from a "warehouse". Yes, a warehouse mass produces this mass produced rubbish. (2) Most importantly the giveaway is "V2" printed on front of tie but "Gianni Versace" label on inside. Â CANNOT BE BOTH. They are different lines. This is a very common mistake with fakes. With Versace you'll often see the medusa splashed on everything and every line. The truth is it is ONLY to be on the Giani versace line. All those Versace Jeans Couture and V2 Classic t-shirts with the medusa logo are fake u see on eBay (3) 2nd inside label - the partly covered "Versace Classic V2" label - conflicts with "Gianni Versace" label. Secondly, the font is all wrong. (4) I have never seen that lining on a Versace tie, whatever the line, with incorrect font style too. (5) The first Versace Classic V2 ties made in the late 80s had a white label with black lettering. Â Search eBay to see such examples. Â In the early 90s, the label was changed to the famous Black Â label with white lettering and greek key border. This is neither. (6) The style is very un-Versace - if it was from the top Gianni Versace label line then it would have either the baroque flower symbolism, the greek key or medusa or any combination of these three signatures. Â If it was Classsic V2, it would most likely have baroque signature and/or greek key or V2 circular icon. Â BUT, not all Versace ties have these (eg. solid colour ties, et al) PS - both lines are made by Zegna, who also make the ties for Gucci, Valentino and Leonard. (7) I'd love to see the tags - ask them to email them to you. (8) Multiple copies of the same item and very similar items nearly always suggest fakes. Let's face it, this is not a modern or new tie (given the labels and style of the tie). Â If it is an old tie (and it looks vintage) how has the seller managed to grab so many? Â I bet when he sells them too he will have many more listed. Warning signs. (9) The style and material looks polyester and very very cheap. Email and ask if there is a 100% silk tag with "Made in Italy" and washing instructions. All Versace ties have this tag, sewn (not printed) both sides. I doubt it. (10) "If you don't trust this product ...please don't bid on it." This says it all doesnt it? He's even warning you beforehand that it is potentially fake. (11) When a seller makes absolutely no claims to authenticity on the listing this should also raise alarm bells. Heeellooooo. (12) The tie is not propertly cut - look at uneven seams at lining /fabric points and appears slackly shaped - granted Versace ties are not hand made quality but this just looks a cheap polyester number. (13) The similarity with the Gucci ties for sale by this seller also suggest they have just labelled them differently. How much more evidence do u need? In short, the fact that this tie contains BOTH a Versace Classic V2 insignia and label AND Gianni Versace label suggest to me that this is incontrovertibly a fake tie, plus from a warehouse, badly cut, and no claims to authenticity and similar to Gucci numbers for sale. You should email the seller and ask if they guarantee authenticity with a money back refund. Â If you really want the tie but am unsure do what I usually do - email/fax your local Versace store and ask them to authenticate. I was once bitten by buying Gucci jeans that turned out to be fake. Â I was sooo p/off that I promised myself it would never happen again and I would ensure if I didn't bid from reputable sellers I would do my homework 1st then ask heaps of questions. I have not been disappointed over 100 prurchases later. Caveat emptor. Please also note that fakes are pretty good these days - they even do the embroidered linings, fake tags, proper size tags with where made, fabric and cleaning instructions and authenticity tags.