Are my Louis Vuitton sunglasses real?
Starting with the product ID Code on the leftmost side of the temple, you can notice how the letters and the numbers on the fake pair are too thick and too big. On the other hand, the authentic LV Millionaire 1.1 sunglasses have their inscription looking thinner and smaller than the one found on the fake pair.
What does E or W mean for Louis Vuitton sunglasses?
(W) is for Western Nose Bridge, best for a larger, wider fit around the nose. Designed for those with a higher nose bridge. This typically fits the average nose in the US/Europe/UK. (E) is for EasternNose Bridge, best for a smaller, narrower fit around the nose.
Who makes LV sunglasses?
Thélios designs and manufactures eyewear for LVMH Maisons including, Loewe, Celine, Berluti, Kenzo, Fenty, and Louis Vuitton. Based at the foot of the Dolomites in Italy’s Longarone region, the eyewear expert resides in a state-of-the-art corten clad manufacturing plant.
How do you authenticate sunglasses?
Luxottica recommends looking at their frames from the top to make sure they are symmetrical. Most quality brands usually etch their company name or brand initials in the lenses. Try scratching these off with your fingernails. If it easily comes off, it’s fake.
What size is E and W?
Most of the time, you can come across size 4E or EEEE in males’ shoes, which denotes extra-wide width. Depending on different shoe companies, this extra-wide width can be abbreviated as EW, XW, or WW. In this case, W means equal. So, EW simply means extra-wide width in shoe size.
What does the MM Number mean on sunglasses?
The numbers beneath the frames reflect the SIZE MEASUREMENTS in millimeters (mm). THE FIRST NUMBER (ex.54) = the width of the lenses. THE SECOND NUMBER (ex.15) = the distance between the lenses. THE THIRD NUMBER (ex.140) = the length of the temple arm including the portion going behind the ear.
Is Louis Vuitton made in Italy?
The Louis Vuitton leather goods collections are exclusively produced in our workshops located in France, Spain and the United States. The manufacturing of our footwear and ready-to-wear takes place in France and Italy. Our watches are exclusively produced in our timepiece workshop.
Who makes Dior sunglasses?
The House of Dior and Thélios – the LVMH Group’s eyewear expert – are bringing together their exceptional savoir-faire to create, manufacture and distribute Dior eyewear worldwide.
How can you tell if designer sunglasses are real?
Look for the designer logo or name on the retail box. You’ll usually also find manufacturer information, and a barcode (or serial code). Double check these with the details in the accompanying brochure and on the sunglasses frame.