Need some help checking another pair of jeans. Supposedly they are a pair of mij raw black denim.
Edited by j1212 - 6/3/13 at 10:15am
I recently purchased a pair of Dior jeans and was hoping you guys could identify them for me. Any help would be great! They look to be MIJ raw stretch, other then that I do not know any thing else. They are size 31 waist and have a 38in inseam and 7.2in hem.
Thanks for your time guys!
I've never seen that before, and just in my opinion, I don't see how that pair could be legit unless it's a second.
Based on what we learned in fashion school, I'm sure that a luxury brand like Dior has very thorough quality control. The leather tags are probably ordered from an outside company, and there would be somebody in Dior who has the job of inspecting them to make sure that they were done to spec.
Then after the items are made, I'm sure that there is a very extensive inspection--to check if the seams are straight, if there are stains or holes that might have happened during production, if the legs are the same length, and so forth. I can't imagine they would let an unbranded piece of merchandise go out to stores.
Hello dior experts. please authenticate this slimane era pair of diors "AW07 MIJ sharp notation 17.5cm size 28"
Notes - they dont have the long gray tag next to the white "made in japan" tag inside the jeans like my new ones from last year i bought from the dior homme boutiqe in beverly hills do..., the top main buckle doesnt have the dior homme etching on them like my new ones do either. also why do these seem to fit so wide for 17.5s?
Without looking through my collection, I'm going to guess that the long grey tag started in FW10, or around then.
Regarding the clasp, I have a pair from SS07 which has a different clasp than several of my jeans from FW07, both of which are different from the clasps used now. I even discussed this with the guys at one of the boutiques recently, when they were trying to authenticate an older pair that a customer had brought in.
I don't see anything about your pair to be worried that they aren't authentic. You just have to get them tapered a bit.