Supreme Paris Box Logo Real Vs Fake (Bonjour Madame)

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Last Updated on January 10, 2024 by Ch David

This guide is for the Supreme Paris box logo tee — the Paris Store Opening one.

Let’s take you through the 3 ways to tell if your Supreme tee is fake.

How to spot a fake Supreme Paris box logo

The #1 way to spot a fake Supreme Paris box logo t-shirt is to see if the text on the neck is too thick.

Replica inscriptions usually don’t match the thickness of the authentic ones.

1. Neck tag


  1. Supreme Text: Correctly proportioned and appropriately thick lettering on the neck tag.
  2. Registered Trademark Symbol (®): Thinner and closely situated to the red box logo.
  3. Wash Tag Text: Normal text thickness in the middle of the wash tag.
  4. Size Letter: Bold and thick letter indicating t-shirt size.


  1. Supreme Text: Letters on the neck tag appear excessively thick.
  2. Registered Trademark Symbol (®): Oversized/thick and situated too far from the red box logo.
  3. Wash Tag Text: Excessively thin text in the middle side of the wash tag.
  4. Size Letter: Letter indicating size appears noticeably thin.

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2. Box logo


  1. Letter “S”: Appropriately thin.
  2. Letter Spacing: Consistent and even spacing between all letters in “Supreme”.
  3. Letter “p”: Adequate thickness and properly sized circle.
  4. Letter “r” and “e” Spacing: Appropriate spacing between the letters “r” and “e”.
  5. Letter “e”: Has an appropriate thickness.


  1. Letter “S”: Excessively thick.
  2. Letter Spacing: Inconsistent spacing, with notably wide gaps between the first two letters and also between the second and third letters.
  3. Letter “p”: Appears too thick and features a too-wide circle.
  4. Letter “r” and “e” Spacing: Excessive spacing between the letters “r” and “e”.
  5. Letter “e”: Appears too thin.

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.

3. Back

Over here, we’ve got the following inscriptions:

  • ‘Bonjour Madame’
  • 10-3-2016
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  • Exhibits thinner, standardized font dimensions consistent with retail design.


  • Displays overly thick letters and numbers, diverging from the authentic retail version.

Authenticity checklist

Short on time? Go through this simple checklist:

  1. Analyze the neck tag; fake Supreme Paris bogo neck tags often have text that appears too thin compared to retail t-shirts.
  2. Inspect the lettering on the box logo; replica Supreme tees may have letters that are improperly shaped and weighted.
  3. Verify the print on the rear side of your Supreme Paris bogo tee; fake Paris box logo t-shirts often have printing that looks too thick.

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This is the end of our Supreme Paris box logo legit check guide.

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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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