I can't say for sure, but they look pretty convincing to me.
1. The extras (dust bag, envelope/tag, booklet) look good, but he could just have real ones laying around and put them in his images.
2. Typically, the fakes will have jagged rough edges along the seems. That is, if you look at the leather trimming on the shoes, the edges look like they are finished well - a technique that counterfitters usually skip because it can be more tedious in production.
3. This doesn't say much, but the shoe laces look better than the average fakes would have. The counterfitters can't even put a good set in a pair of fake XI's still.
However, I'm not too familiar with the mini printed canvas like that, but the V in the LV logo looks a little distorted from the usual.
It's hard to spot these things because depending on the quality of the factory they came from, they may have mirror image designs. In an instance where you can hold the item, it's easier because fakes don't use high quality fabrics.