Fakes on Oxford Street

Is it still a fake when it can be anything, but a fake? Is there a kitch market that loves the fake bag , or is it "hey £5, I’ll take it!"
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2 comments on “Fakes on Oxford Street

  1. Stephan
    June 22, 2006 at 23:23

    Hehe! well, if the design is taken from the same design from another company or brand, then there are laws against that… But, every body IS looking for a so to say “deal” and those that do buy these products, do have a clue about fashion, thats why they by them so they can just “fit in” …

  2. Christina
    June 28, 2006 at 13:13

    But … what’s the point of even carrying the real thing if there are so many fakes around? People will assume you’ve got a fake, too. I once overheard a woman complain about a scratch on her LV bag and that she had spent $300 on it. She could have bought a beautiful, high quality leather, non-fake bag for that price. And the way she said it, made me think she thought she had the real deal.

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