I mostly carry low-end "designer" bags like Coach or Michael Kors (I put the designer in quotes because I understand many people don't consider Coach a designer bag). I do not purchase fakes. But I was at the mall the other day and there was a kiosk selling bags. This isn't unusual, as I've seen a number of them. However, the kiosk attendant was going through a box and showing another woman fake bags that clearly had the LV pattern on them. It was a blatant copy of the pattern on a bag styled just like a Speedy 25. I wasn't close enough to see if it actually had a tag claiming it was a LV, but I would think the pattern alone would be copyright or intellectual property infringement. So my question is what counts as illegal? Is a copy of the monogram and style enough, or does it have to have a tag claiming to be from a designer when, in fact, it is not? I just don't understand how the kiosk could be allowed to operate in a mall carrying those hideous, and what I would consider illegal, bags. Canal street or selling out of the back of a van is one thing, but to have a kiosk in a mall would make it appear that the mall condoned illegal activity.