Hundreds of fake Armani leather jackets have been seized from an Adelaide warehouse.
South Australian Consumer Affairs Minister Jennifer Rankine said the seizure followed reports that leather jackets are being sold from the back of vans and cars by people with Italian accents.
The 430 jackets, seized from a warehouse in Cavan on July 10, were branded with Reportage labels purporting to be products of Italian fashion house Armani.
Ms Rankine said witnesses, who reported the warehouse to Consumer Affairs, had seen sellers ripping off made in China labels from the jackets.
She said others had seen salespeople approach potential customers at service stations, near car parks or along the street near cafes.
The sellers had Italian accents and told intended victims that they had leather jackets for promotional use and would do a "really good price" as the jackets were worth up to $1,300, she said.
Ms Rankine said no-one had been charged over the seizure but police were investigating.