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D&g shirt - authentic?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by VMan, Aug 31, 2004.

  1. marc37

    marc37 Senior member

    Jun 14, 2004
    marc: what do you mean by the labels on the shirt collar being a bit different? Â What are the D&G labels like? Â I've bought several D&G's for my brother and would be interested in your answer.
    l will try to explain it as easy as possible. The white cloth tag behind the black tag [in the middle of the collar] should be longer. (lt is hard to see the ebay picture clearly [so l could be wrong], but the white tag looks like it needs to be bigger).
    Okay.... I have just come back recently from Itay and had purchased 6 D&G shirts from the boutique for my brother. Â The tag is nothing at all like the link posted by VersaceMan. Â The label is a dark blue square with a large "&" in red. Underneath the & is written Dolce and Gabbana. The label is stitched all around, i.e totally attached to the shirt. Â The materials tag is not underneath the label, it is on the side seam of the shirt. So, unless the tags are different in other countries, that looks like a fake. Â How about yours Marc?[/quote] All of my D&G shirts have engraved buttons and italian writing on the white tags. Genuine m8.

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