Thursday, 18 February 2016

How to Spot the Difference Between Fake and Real Hermes Designer Bag Linda Ikeji Take Note

Sometimes this week a fan accused Linda of purchasing a fake bag and went further to notify the bag designer – Hermes via their social media page

This made Linda Ikeji firing after the fake bags accusations thrown at her by several people. She also claimed to have bought her Hermes bag for $14,000 at a UK store.


How to Spot the Difference Between Fake and Real Hermes Designer Bag Linda Ikeji Take Note read after the cut



Hermes Birkin
Can you spot the fake Birkin above with just a glance*? I will give you more details as you read along with me.

"When you purchase a luxury product, you get a lifetime guarantee. Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton—they stand behind their products.
Wyll and Ridolfi gave us side-by-side comparisons of authentic and counterfeit bags from these brands, pointing out the subtlest of differences

Reminder: Just because a bag comes with an authenticity card doesn't actually make it authentic—counterfeiters fake those, too

Before i start with the Hermes, i want you to get some clue on how to identify any designer bag you wish to buy in future read with me

Regarding the hologram on the card, "this mistake was probably made [by the counterfeiter] because they have something inside them called a hologram sticker


Another tiny but important clue? The inside label—notice how the top of the text isn't parallel to the stitching on the right? It slopes down just ever so slightly, but real Chanel product inspectors wouldn't let a detail like this slide.

A big indicator is whether the bag has a proper identification stamp. The letters are code for the country in which the bag was made, while the numbers indicate when it was made. The second and fourth numbers stand for the year (so 2008, in this case), while the first and third numbers are for the week in that year (here, the eleventh week).


Stitching, for example, can always be a clue. "We look at the stitching really closely," Ridolfi said. "Something that's different in these two is the stitching on the fake bag [right] is sloppy and not really straight." The stitching is also pressing too tight into the material, making it look cheap.

Sometimes, the poor stitching isn't even readily visible. The bag above gives itself away as a fake by using a different color thread underneath this tab.


HERMÈS

Hermes
First, check out the label stamp on the top of the bag. "You can't see too much of a difference here, but the stamp...is pretty high and close to the stitching" on the authentic Birkin (left), Ridolfi said. "If you see it in the middle" between the stitching and the lock, that's a dead giveaway. Note how the stamp on the fake bag also appears to sit on top of the leather, while the authentic stamp is really a part of the fabric.

"You also want to make sure [the stamp] is straight," Wyll added—remember, this detail was a giveaway on the Chanel label. "These are little details, but they make a difference."

Hermes: Top Fake. Down Real
Next, undo the lock and pull back the arm to reveal the blind stamp. "Every Hermès bag is handmade by one artisan, so they put their own trademark [stamp] on it, along with the blind stamp," which indicates the year it was made, Wyll explained. But the presence of the stamp alone might not distinguish a counterfeit. "This fake has a blind stamp and it has an artisan stamp. They knock off everything—serial numbers and all."

So in a case like this, look at the stamp's quality. "It's very deep, like it was machine-stamped," Ridolfi noticed of the fake bag (top), and it's a larger size than a real stamp. On the real bag (bottom, with close-ups of each stamp), it's "much fainter," Wyll pointed out. "You can hardly see it from where you're standing."


Even if you don't have a certified authentic bag to compare a suspect against, you can be on the lookout for any inconsistencies on details like hardware. "There's always going to be one place where it's just not consistent with the quality of the brand, and a lot of times it'll be in the hardware." said Wyll of the counterfeit bag above." For instance, I can tell that this hardware is plastic—It doesn't get cold, and it feels lighter."

And once again, stitching was a factor that revealed the fake's identity. "At first glance, this looks stitched neatly," she said. "But if you start looking at finer details—edges and corners—you'll notice around here the stitching gets sloppy. Those are inconsistencies that you won't find in an authentic bag. It's going to be neat and consistent throughout."

Hermès. They're perfectionists."  Checkout Designer Bags Here

BY THE WAY IT IS THE HERMES ON THE RIGHT THAT IS FAKE, NOW YOU KNOW

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