The Armani label is synonymous with quality and their denim collection is widely sought after for their classic, stylish and popular fashions. The Armani tag was created by Giorgio Armani in 1981 and has been under threat ever since from fakers wanting to cash in on the design icon’s popularity. So how do you avoid being ripped off by the con-merchants? Many imitation designer wear is extremely well done and hard to spot unless you are an expert, so here’s a quick guide to spotting the genuine article and the imitation:
The Armani label on other clothes ranges like Armani Tracksuit is small and simple, whereas the jeans feature a much larger logo with ‘AJ’ printed on the left side of this tag and ‘Armani Jeans’ printed on the right side. The label will also have a dark blue background with white lettering and contrary to other items of Armani clothing, the Armani eagle won’t be featured. Another attribute to see is the manufacturer who’s usually Simin TS.p.A.