Authentication Support For Saint Laurent Launched
We are pleased to announce the launch of authentication support for Saint Laurent handbags and small accessories.
The list of brands and materials we currently support for luxury handbag authentications are below:
Hermès – Clemence Leather, Togo Leather, Epsom Leather, Box Calf Leather and All Other Leathers (Exotics Not Included)
Chanel – Lambskin Leather, Caviar Leather, Patent Leather and All Other Materials
Louis Vuitton – Monogram Canvas, Damier Ébène, Damier Azur, Damier Graphite, Monogram Multicolore, Monogram Vernis, Epi Leather
Céline – All Materials (Exotics Not Included)
Goyard – Goyardine Canvas
Dior – Canvas, Leather and All Other Materials
Gucci – GG Canvas, GG Supreme Canvas, Guccissima Leather and All Other Materials
Fendi – Canvas, Coated Canvas, Leather and All Other Materials
Saint Laurent – Leather and All Other Materials
Burberry – Canvas (House Check, Horseferry Check, Nova Check), Coated Canvas (Haymarket Check), Leather and All Other Materials
Balenciaga – Lambskin (Agneau) Leather, Goatskin (Chevre) Leather and All Other Materials
Prada – Saffiano Leather
Yves Saint Laurent YSL, also known as Saint Laurent Paris) is a French luxury fashion house founded by Yves Saint Laurent and his partner, Pierre Bergé. Saint Laurent Paris revived its haute couture collection in 2015 under creative director Hedi Slimane. The new collection, “Yves Saint Laurent Couture” or “Saint Laurent Paris 24, Rue de L’Université” is the French house’s first couture collection ever since the retirement of its legendary founder in 2002.
Founded in 1961 it has been considered one of the world’s most prominent fashion houses and known for its modern and iconic pieces, such as its tuxedo jackets for women. Today Saint Laurent Paris markets a broad range of women’s and men’s ready-to-wear products, leather goods, shoes, and jewellery. Yves Saint Laurent Beauté also has a notable presence in the luxury beauty market, although this is run independently through L’Oreal Paris that licenses the name.
Its current creative director is Anthony Vaccarello.
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