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Last week, something that by all appearances was a small knockoff store popped up out of nowhere on Canal Street in New York. It looked pretty much like any other knockoff store—plastic hangers; neon “sale” and “buy 2, get 1 free” signs in slightly messy handwriting; and boxes upon boxes of sweaters, shirts and other items piled in the middle of the small store.