Real Authentication was founded by an experienced group of handbag authentication experts with the same mission in mind - to help our fellow designer handbag lovers buy and sell luxury goods with the complete confidence and protection they deserve. Each person on the Real Authentication team has gained their qualifying experience by working with some of the top leading handbag and authentication companies in the industry. The Real Authentication team has collaboratively assessed over 100k preowned designer handbags, shoes and accessories and possess both hands-on and virtual handbag authentication, identification and appraisal experience. Real Authentication has truly acquired the most knowledgable minds in the industry to collectively go after counterfeiters. We vow to use every ounce of our handbag authentication and research skills to provide the highest quality luxury handbag services to each and every one of our clients. We are happy to assist you with all of your designer handbag, designer shoes and accessory needs, individuals and businesses alike. Contact us today for simple, trusted same day handbag authentication service. ...REAL IS BETTER
Last Updated September 4, 2017
In 2002 the fashion house Valentino was purchased by the Marzotto Group, joining a group that included Hugo Boss, and licensed products for Gianfranco Ferre, M Missoni, and MCS Marlboro Classics. In 2005, Marzotto spun off Valentino and its other fashion brands into the Valentino Fashion Group. As a result of the Takeover Bid made in the second half of 2007, Valentino Fashion Group S.p.A. passed under the control of the private equity fund Permira. Until 23 December 2009 there were three business units, which even included Hugo Boss, a company which was relinquished on that date and therefore no longer a part of the consolidated group. On 11 July 2012, Mayhoola for Investments, sustained by a large private group from Qatar, purchased Valentino Spa and the M Missoni licence, while MCS Marlboro Classics remains the property of Red & Black, a company indirectly owned by the Permira funds in partnership with the Marzotto family. On July 12, 2012 the private equity firm Permira agreed to sell Valentino Fashion Group to Mayhoola for Investments, a Qatari investment group.
Here are some examples showing the images we would need to complete your Valentino authentication.
*images below are examples and are not required or found on all styles of VALENTINO
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