80s Dior sweaters - composition tag in Japanese only?!

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Label Q & A' started by Esther, Jan 24, 2019.

  1. Esther

    Esther Registered Guest

    Hello,
    I got these three 80s (please correct me if i'm wrong!) Christian Dior sweaters. My question is why is that all three have care and composition labels written only in Japanese?! I find it odd...
    Also, if any japanese speakers would read this, can you please help translate them?! With help from Google i could make out that the first two are 70% mohair(???) and 30% nylon. The third gold one is 85% rayon and 15% polyester. Do these labels say where were they made?
    Thanks for any help! IMG_20190120_115725.jpg IMG_20190120_115152.jpg IMG_20190120_121724.jpg IMG_20190121_185831.jpg IMG_20190121_183852.jpg IMG_20190120_121936.jpg
     
    Last edited: Feb 1, 2019
  2. Esther

    Esther Registered Guest

    Anyone, please?! nervous emoti
     
  3. Midge

    Midge Trade Member

  4. Attirelyvintage

    Attirelyvintage Registered Guest

    Well this means Made in Japan-
    日本製
    I don't see these characters on your labels.
    But Christian Dior may have been made in Japan as it was here in Canada. The European designers licensed the name so it can be made in other countries for less money. This happened with Dior, Cardin, YSL and more and mostly in the 70s and 80s.
     
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  5. Esther

    Esther Registered Guest

    They all have the same label:
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  6. Esther

    Esther Registered Guest

    Thank you for the info!
     

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