Fendi, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Coach, Burberry. Kate Spade. Gucci. It’s easier to find a knock-off handbag (or watch, or scarf, or sunglasses) than it is to find the real thing, and all you have to do to find the real thing is walk into a store. The fashion industry has made sincere efforts to crack down on the fashion counterfeiting industry, but producing a bunch of totes bags that say “You Can’t Fake Fashion” doesn’t exactly pull a massive illegal industry to a screeching halt. Counterfeit consumer products make up 8 percent of China’s GDP. Gucci has already sued 30 websites like eBay for selling knockoffs, and is in the process of suing 100 more.