Diesel – I used to wear Diesel a Diablo 2 Lord of Destruction shirt. I’ve had 3–4 things in the past ten years though that really let me down. Jeans that fade fast and lose their shape, also a very expensive pair that had a dragon motif on the butt that washed off after two washes despite washing them lower than the tag recomended. A jumper that came unstitched within a few months, and a pair of plimsolls that look terrible after only a few wears, the sole needs replacing and the toe looks like it’s been stood on by an elephant. Armani. I’ve had Giorgio Armani, Armani Jean’s, Emporio Armani, and EA7, and all of them have let me down. They look tatty after a washes, poor stitching, fading, buttons falling off. Won’t ever buy again, the quality compared to the price is abysmal.
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Versace. I’ve only had 3 Versace items, a Diablo 2 Lord of Destruction shirt. All of them were thrown in the bin within 12 months, worst quality designer gear I’ve ever owned, and almost the most expensive. Paul Smith – I paid £950 for a Paul Smith leather jacket. It’s now hung up in my wardrobe with stains on the cuffs from the inside material colour running, I can only ascertain it was sweat. It doesn’t look right zipped up either, like it’s not made right, one side might be bigger than the other or something but it doesn’t sit right. Both pockets have holes in too despite being worn less than ten times, and the zip on a front pocket came unstitched after I put my phone in it one time.