Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by mf62168, Apr 14, 2012.
Made by Zegna.
How do you know? I thought Trofeo was a type of cloth sold by Zegna.
That's a Zegna label, so there's no doubt about the manufacturer. The garment maker will always put their own brand label on the inside of the jacket. For instance, if you buy a jacket made for Saks with Loro Piana cloth, you aren't going to get a Loro Piana label. If you want extra piece of mind, check out the manufacturer's tag on the inside coat pocket and do a search for Zegna manufacturer tags to compare.
The first guy answered your question thoroughly. Why did you bump?
Just wanted a second opinion. Robot's view is consistent with what I originally thought, until I read this:
No one sells suits that are just made wih Zegna fabric and puta Zegna label in the inside. Seriously, it's made by Zegna. For 100% security, just take a picutre of the inside breast pocket tag and post it here.
Also there's a function that allows you to imbed pictures directly rather than files that people then have to download - click on the box between the film strip and the paperclip.
I am told that the item was a return from Nordstroms and that the inside breast ticket was removed.
^^I kindly ask you to stop bumping this thread.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but I need to make a decision on this ASAP. Thanks for your patience.
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