Is the Chanel number 11127595 real?

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Don't you want to splurge on a new designer bag in the store, but also don't want to risk buying a fake one online? Many retailers claim to sell cheap, used luxury items, but often these products turn out to be counterfeit. When you are a seller you are often struck with a huge registration fee. Fei Deyle became obsessed with Hervè Lèger and became an expert authenticator, eventually starting a blog with the clothing designer. Soon she was chosen to authenticate the objects of her readers. This led them to create Lollipuff, The only online auction website that pre-checks items to guarantee the authenticity of high quality, used designer products. Combine beauty and intellect (a MC Got to) Lollipuff uses a patent-pending authentication process and software to verify luxury goods. Better yet, they charge a low, flat rate for you to list your Louboutin pumps, Balenciaga bags, and Chanel clutches, compared to other sites that charge 30-60 percent. That means more for your money.

We spoke to Fei about some authentication tips that we can use on our favorite pieces. See if you can tell the differences.

Photo: Courtesy of Fei Deyle

Hervè Lèger:

• The Hervè Lèger dress on the left is authentic.

• On the fake gray Hervè Lèger dress, you can see that all the ribbons used for construction are the same width.

• Real Hervè Lèger has ribbons of varying widths strategically placed to flatter a woman's body.

• Most fake Hervè Lèger have a thick heavy fabric like the real Hervè Lèger, but the fit and stretch is very different.

• Tags should be checked as well as the overall design of the Hervè Lèger dress.

• People can put authentic authentic Hervè Lèger tags on a fake dress.

Photo: Courtesy of Fei Deyle

Christian Louboutin:

• The Christian Louboutin shoes on the left are Counterfit.

• First, Christian Louboutin boxes are made from a dense, hard cardboard box. The box in the background of the left photo looks thin and is wrinkled in several places. This is not the norm for authentic Louboutins.

• The lining on the inside of the wrong shoe is coarse and thick.

• It is common for counterfeiters to put heel taps in a plastic zippered bag.

• For authentic Louboutins, heel taps will come in a tiny red Christian Louboutin draw-string bag.

• Louboutin floors are made of leather covered with a beautiful red lacquer. The fake on the left doesn't look like leather.

• The Louboutin stamp should look like it is imprinted on the leather.

Photo: Courtesy of Fei Deyle


• The Chanel bag on the left is authentic.

• The most obvious differences to the untrained eye can be seen in the last picture of the serial Chanel card in the photo on the right.

• Chanel's serial cards never have holographic numbers or borders.

• On the fake, the card has multi-colored reflections.

• It should always be gold on an authentic one.

• 11127595 is a commonly used number for counterfeit Chanel.

• While it is possible for an Authentic to have this number, the chances of coming across this number and the item that is authentic are negligible, as each serial number is unique to each bag.

• The serial number also indicates that the item was produced sometime 2006-2008; This is not possible for this bag.

• Finally, the font for the serial number is completely wrong.