Jacquemus Bags: How To Spot Any Fakes (2024)

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Last Updated on January 9, 2024 by Ch David

It’s likely that you’re here because:

  • You have a Jacquemus bag.
  • And you’re not sure if it’s authentic.
  • So you need to check it.

This guide teaches you just that.

Any model/size/color Jacquemus bag can be verified here.

Let’s dive in!

How to spot a fake Jacquemus bag

Any fake Jacquemus bag can be busted through the interior “JACQUEMUS MADE IN ITALY” label. Dupes never have the right thickness for the text + stitching.

Below is our detailed breakdown.

1. Label

Find it inside the bag — as soon as you open the flap.

Jacquemus Bag Fake Vs Real Label
  • Authentic:
    1. Stitching is a bit angled — no perfectly straight stitches there.
    2. The text is thicker compared to the fake.
  • Fake:
    1. Stitching is perfectly straight.
    2. “JACQUEMUS” + “MADE IN ITALY” are too thin.

Too difficult? Let our team of expert Jacquemus authenticators take a look at your bag:

2. Handler

Look at the base of the handler to find this pointy patch.

Jacquemus Bag Fake Vs Real Handler
  • Authentic:
    1. Fewer stitches than on the fake bag.
    2. Hence, the real ones are longer.
  • Fake:
    1. Denser stitches.
    2. The stitches are too short as well.

3. Logo

We’ll look at two factors here.

We’ll begin with the text’s thickness, and then go to the 3D factor.

3.1. Thickness

Jacquemus Bag Fake Vs Real Logo
  • Authentic:
    1. Letter “A” has a smaller gap inside.
    2. “Q” is wider on the interior, empty side.
    3. “S” is narrower.
  • Fake:
    1. The “A” has a bigger gap inside.
    2. Letter “Q” is too narrow.
    3. “S” is too wide.

3.2. Shape (3D)

Specifically, we care about how much the text comes out of the bag.

Jacquemus Bag Fake Vs Real 3D Logo
  • Authentic: Letters are fit deeper into the bag, without sticking out as much.
  • Fake: The letters come out of the bag too much.

Beware that the opposite is also possible — very bad fakes have the letters almost printed instead of sticking out of the bag.

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any picture of that at the moment.

A quick mention:

  • The steps we’ve written so far are the BEST ways to authenticate this item
  • The next few steps are still reliable methods…
  • … but they apply to non-top-versions of replicas available for this item

If in doubt, we recommend double-checking the steps we’ve explained above this line.

4. Back

Jacquemus Bag Fake Vs Real Back
  • Authentic: Thicker, more solid threads.
  • Fake: Thinner stitches.

5. Flap

Jacquemus Bag Fake Vs Real Flap
  • Authentic: Visibly thicker, bigger, and more solid threads.
  • Fake: Thinner and smaller stitches.

6. Strap

Jacquemus Bag Fake Vs Real Strap
  • Authentic: Thinner threads on both sides of the strap.
  • Fake: Overly thick stitches.

7. Carbines

Jacquemus Bag Fake Vs Real Carbines
  • Authentic: Thicker, clearly more legible inscriptions.
  • Fake: Harder to read — the letters are too thin, especially the “A”.

Shortlist: Tell fake Jacquemus on the go

  1. Label: Authentic labels have angled, not perfectly straight stitching, and thicker text; fakes have perfectly straight stitching and thinner text.
  2. Handler: Authentic handlers have fewer, longer stitches; fakes have denser, shorter stitches.
  3. Logo:
    • Thickness: Authentic logos have a smaller gap in “A”, wider “Q”, and narrower “S”; fakes have a bigger gap in “A”, too narrow “Q”, and too wide “S”.
    • Shape (3D): Authentic logos are less protruding, fitting deeper into the bag; fakes stick out too much or, in very bad fakes, appear almost printed.
  4. Back: Authentic bags have thicker, more solid threads; fakes have thinner stitches.
  5. Flap: Authentic flaps feature visibly thicker, bigger, and more solid threads; fakes have thinner, smaller stitches.
  6. Strap: Authentic straps have thinner threads; fakes have overly thick stitches.
  7. Carbines: Authentic carbines have thicker, more legible inscriptions; fakes have thinner, harder-to-read letters, especially the “A”.

Expert Jacquemus Authentication Service

If you need our expert’s advice, it’s very simple:

  • Send us pictures of the bag
  • Our Jacquemus authenticators will check it out
  • You’ll get a detailed list of the reasons of our decisions.

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Thank you for reading this,

Ch Daniel and Ch David

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About the Author

David is the co-founder and co-CEO of Legit Check By Ch. David's experience: 5+ years of creating educational content in the fashion industry. 6+ years of authenticating luxury items. Currently, David is the Head Editor of the LCBC Library, where 1,000,000+ words have been published, in free guides, for over 1,000 items.
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