The genuine shirt (turquoise) shows delicate differences in the collar labels. The Stone Island font is barely bolder, the label itself is sewn at every finish with a component section of the same colour thread because the shirt on every side. The pretend is just sewn in white thread absolutely down both sides and never very straight. I’m unsure what the numbers seek advice from on the faux label, maybe some real shirts even have these numbers, or a minimum of earlier editions of the Stone Island News shirts did. Word some genuine Polo shirts have the slim match or common tags under the main label.