Hi all, I have acquired a pristine mink jacket. It was stored in a cedar closet for decades so I know it's vintage. The label says "Schiaparelli Paris" - the label is in the neckline, not down the side as it would be if there were a middle man reseller, licensee, manufacturer, or dealer who, as I'm learning, would have had their label in the neckline. As I started to research this jacket I began to believe that it must have come direct from the "maison de schiaparelli"in Paris sometime in 30's 40's or early 50's. It couldn't be later than 1954 because the house closed that year. (The lining is finely embroidered with "schiaparelli" and the "i" turns into a thread that goes into a needle. The name "Sarah Weiss" is embroidered into the lining as well.) But I just now checked the pocket and there is a label inside that says it's manufactured using fair labor standards (see pix). From what I understand, this was a 1938 act in the US. Now I'm confused about where this jacket may have actually come from. Can any of y'all tell me if the "fair labor standards" label was used on furs from Paris as well? Thanks so much.