- Sep 7, 2013
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just bought this Lanvin black suit. Can anyone recognize the maker? thank you in advance
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Looks good and bad all at the same time. The labels and lining look a lot like Dunhill but the cut does not.A bit too hastily I put in a bid on some Dunhill suit on Ebay - afterwards I noticed some sketchy looking details, which reminded me a bit too much off counterfeit items.
I requested more pictures, and got the following of the label. Clearly it's made in China, and thus not Zegna-made mainline Dunhill.
I'm thinking maybe store uniform, or something similar? Some of the fashion brands have lower-quality clothes made for uniform use, often made in China / Mexico / etc.
I don't think it's fake, as the fake labels I've seen don't look anything like that - and from what I can see, the lapel hole looks a bit decent (see top right area of the last picture)
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In the last decade, Cifonelli RTW was usually made by S.Partenopea. Since a couple of years, by Edesim. The tags are similar but not the same. But we can see it was made for the US market, so... maybe a specific tag.Does anyone recognize this tag from a recent Cifonelli RTW?
No idea. I read on another thread that Blasi is the family behind Sartoria Partenopea.isn’t that a Stile Latino tag? That is, after they stopped using the Attolini tag.
Been casually looking around. topshelfapparel and Mitchell's both carry Blasi. All the tags are the same. Was curious as that price point indicates a big maker. If they made in-house then SF would likely have picked up on it already.yeah that’sthe Attolini tag.
I could have sworn I saw your tag on more recent items.