Agreed. As great a brand that it is, it's not super well-known outside of fashion circles, and thus a long run for a short slide if someone went to the effort to fake. It looks legit (and nice as well) to me.From what I see, looks like the others I have handled. Inside tag pic when you have it is another factor. But my 2 cents is it is real. I don’t see much fake tailored clothing like this. i just don’t think there is enough market for something like this. Plus, is this from ebay? If seller has tons of great feedback for tailored menswear then only a small chance it is not real.
Perhaps some 15-20 years ago the brand was well recognized and not necessarily only in fashion forward circles ( I don't consider myself fashion forward ). No less quality today I wouldn't think.Agreed. As great a brand that it is, it's not super well-known outside of fashion circles, and thus a long run for a short slide if someone went to the effort to fake. It looks legit (and nice as well) to me.
It's likely an orphan based on it being fairly smooth, but if it's from a suit it's from a sports suit as the pattern is very sporty. That means it's sporty enough to wear on its own. It would go well with contrasting wool gabardine trousers.Agreed. I seen many Isaia sport jackets with flap pockets that are in super 150s. Though people in style forum are telling that this is an orphaned jacket, its texture and button material allow it to be worn like a sport jacket.
Isaia suits don't come with buttonholes on the cuff (unfinished cuffs are the mark of a top RTW suit). These would have been put on by someone else, so you can't judge by this.I’ve realized that the cuff button holes are machine made while the rest are handmade. Judging from the lining and the details that this is a real Isaia obviously, but I’m surprised Isaia has machine made cuff button holes. Is this normal for the brand?
this level suit or sport coat usually sold at a neiman Marcus level store, they often include the tailoring Sleeve length to your exact length post purchase along with other small details. More intensive alterations may come with a price tag. Who knows now everything may be an up charge.Interesting, why they don't come with buttonholes on the cuff?