SPOT A Pretend!!!(Artwork NUMBERS & WHAT THEY Imply!!!)
When trying to purchase any Stone Island merchandise, remembering these prices a bomb to make, and they’re never going to be low-cost, except they’re second-hand or last seasons catalogue. There are safeguards to stop fakes. Holograms, spa quantity, merchandise numbers and many others… I’ve seen stone island hooded overshirt jacket a number of ‘real’ stone island with completely the improper artwork number, e.g stone island coat/jacket with a CP company spa number on it. Right here is how to read a Stone Island, CP Firm and Stone Island Denims art numbers, because all have there own distinctive number,
This is how the Art quantity appears on the item
The first 2 numbers (39) are the yr. (This yr being 48(s/s)&forty nine(a/w 2008) and for each ascending quantity is a season) e.g 48 = spring/summer time, forty nine = autumn/winter and so on.So all even numbers are spring/summer season & odds are autumn/winter
The second 2 numbers (15) are the model. ( 13=c.p.underneath sixteen 14=s.i.denims 15 = Stone Island, sixteen=s.i.junior 20=c.p.donna and 18 = CP Company).
The subsequent quantity (4) is what the item is e.g in this case (1=shirts 2=t-shirts three=trousers 4 = Jacket, 5 = knitwear, 6 = sweatshirts 9=accessories and so forth.)typically this quantity may be a letter that is when its a flagship mannequin (extremely mild with gause badge-stainless steal or light jacket with white badge ect)however once more they do not all the time do it
The letter (n) is the model.
The subsequent 2 (40) are the cloth & the therapy that’s used to make the merchandise.ie raso gomatto(cotton or cotton/satin with an inner or exterior smearing of polyurethane)or vdm (a non woven materials made from a mixture of superimposed nylon/polyester fibres fused below stress)stone island own the copy rights to 1000’s of materials, colours, dye processes and dye methods
The whole lot after the / are the dye numbers and colour.