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whats with all the NON Italy jeans?

post #1 of 9
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Just curious as to why so many jeans in the FW10 are not made in Italy? This makes me mad cause those are the ones of highest quailty. I hope Thanaz and Safado SS11 jeans are all made in Italy. 

post #2 of 9

There's not really much difference.

post #3 of 9

Because Diesel is lowing its brand image, quality, and price point to appeal to a more broad spectrum of buyers.

post #4 of 9
Thread Starter 


^^^ That's sucks big time!

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Originally Posted by cander49 View Post

There's not really much difference.


Yes, I notice a huge difference.

post #5 of 9

I got Safado 8E7, Viker 8ZT, Viker 8F5 and Zathan 8SS this season.. all were made in Italy. I think the ones that aren't are still fine. The cheaper price is a good thing imo.

post #6 of 9

i dont really see any difference in quality as well between the MII and MIM /MIT jeans.

 

Ive seen tunisia jeans come in some plush denim with some killer washes and ive also seen Italy denim that is thinner.

 

i noticed a lot of the washes that come with plenty o holes are made in italy.

 

so in a way, MIM and MIT can be better quality (although holes are aesthetic choices)

post #7 of 9

Yeah, the ones from Italy tend to be fancier. I don't think it determines the quality of the denim... more the amount of attention to detail.

post #8 of 9

Maybe it's kinda OT, but from what I see on websites and pictures of "newer" models, Diesel quality / details / unique styles went slowly down.

I found out when I wore my Thanaz 71B yesterday and saw all the cool "small" things which made older cut and wash combos so special - gem button, small rivets at the side hips seams, leather zipp-puller, great believe-able distressing, etc.

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Originally Posted by markga View Post

Because Diesel is lowing its brand image, quality, and price point to appeal to a more broad spectrum of buyers.



 yea, you are right. They just want to expand their brand some where else to make more money.

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