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Correct Name for Italian Designer

Lafont

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I was in a menswear store specializing in clothing with Italian designer labels and am interested in two coats. I thought I wrote down the two labels to look up on the web as, it seems, I'm now in the habit of looking up for about everythin. One had the "Andre Lanzino" label and for the other I wrote down "Afazzi." I've found a lot of ads for Andre Lanzino but zero for Afazzi. Obviously, I wrote down the wrong spelling. I've tried "Affazi," Affazzi," and "Afazi" but find nothing.

Could someone please help? I was told that, though each coat of interest was labeled as "made in China," each one was associated with an Italian designer. The coat in question is a trench very similar in style to the Joseph Abboud coat I recently spilled latex paint on (subject of another recent thread). What might the label be, please?
 

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I have no idea, but other members might. My only comment would be that maybe it wasn't a label. Maybe it was just the owner of the jacket. People sometimes like putting their name somewhere on or in the jacket. Sorry I can't be anymore help!
 

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No, this was a label for a trenchcoat. I'll probably get back to the store tomorrow but wanted to look it up on the web.
 

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Yes, the store does have it spelled correctly. They claim to have Italian-designed merchandise but this particular name does NOT look Italian.
 

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