How to verify brand labels & Authenticity of Nafa and Blackglama
Remind: NAFA Officially Acquires BLACKGLAMA Label.
Each Blackglama pelt is hand selected and inspected by Nafa's experienced graders. To qualify as Blackglama, the pelt must be free of any imperfections on both the fur and leather. With such high criteria, less than 2% of the world’s mink population earns the exclusive Blackglama name and can bear the coveted Blackglama label. Blackglama garments carry a label displaying a unique serial number, providing permanent identification, as well as other security features that ensure that the label is genuine—not an imitation.
Luxury label counterfeiting is a concern to consumers who want to assure themselves of the authenticity of the labels used. All of NAFA’s garment labels have integrated a special security fiber, which is woven into the label itself. Access to this material is very regulated and is being used by the finest brand names to reassure consumers and retailers that only authentic labels are being used. This unique fiber can be easily seen with the use of a small portable black light and reputable retailers will be pleased to demonstrate this feature.
Each NAFA label contains its own unique serial number to ensure authenticity.
To validate your NAFA label please visit this link