Unsafe and fake goods worth nearly £20,000 were seized by Trading Standards in Kensington and Chelsea Council during a joint operation with police in July.
More than 1,000 items were taken from businesses in Portobello Road, North Kensington , including mobile phone covers and clothing claiming to be brands such as Michael Kors, Obey, Nike, Apple and Adidas as well electrical chargers and laser pointers which were thought to be unsafe.
Cllr Tim Ahern, head of environment at the council, said: “The sale of counterfeit and unsafe goods is a problem for everyone, placing unsuspecting buyers at risk of poor quality goods and even injury.
“The large number of goods seized by our officers from just three shops shows the scale of the problem. Unscrupulous businesses that choose to sell fake or unsafe goods should be aware that we are determined to catch and stop them.
“The Trading Standards team and the community policing team will remain vigilant and work together to target those suspected of breaking the law.”
In May the Trading Standards team found a stash of fake tobacco hidden beneath a shop in Earl's Court.
Anyone who suspects a shop of selling fake or unsafe goods should report it to Trading Standards by emailing Trading.email@example.com or by calling 020 7361 3002.