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If the frames say 'Armani' anywhere on them, and they were advertised as Armani in the store where you purchased them, they are most likely genuine, as many name brand companies contract with companies in China to manufacture their frames, due to the lower cost. Some genuine Armani glasses are still manufactured in Italy, and it would say 'made in Italy' on the frame, if this were the case. There are many 'knock-offs' that look close to the real thing, but just because it says 'made in china', doesn't necessarily mean they are not Armani glasses.
There is a chance the frames are not
Armani and the shammy with the label and case with the label say Armani to make you think
you bought genuine Armani. The only way to know for sure, is to bring the glasses into a store that sells genuine Armani label clothing and accessories and ask if this particular pair of glasses is the real thing.
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