If Louboutin is sueing every shoe producer out there, their lawyer's office has a great deal of cases to follow. But the question remains: Who'd see an YSL Tribute Platform Shoe and think it is a Louboutin one? For sure not me. More Fashion Industry News:

shoes with matching red soles, which have prompted Louboutin to file court papers in New York suing them. The collection also features purple shoes with purple soles, navy with navy soles and green with green soles, but it's the red soles that have sparked the legal action." Also, Christian...

But Louboutin has built a well-shod empire from doing just that. And if a judge deems that YSL is eating away at that empire with its red soles, it'll cement forever that red soles are the sole right and property of Christian Louboutin. blog comments powered by Disqus

Not only are red soles Christian Louboutin's signature — they're also its trademark in the legal sense. Three years ago, the brand registered a trademark for its red soles with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Last week Louboutin suedYves Saint Laurent over its red-soled footwear, and it...

The most astonishing feature of this shoe is the logo Christian Louboutin Pigalle pumps pale bluish green Patent Leath on the tip shoes which inspires the Player sorts. The bottom of the shoes is designed with V shaped wooden cow, overall the shoes has as a classic look the ancient shoes. If...

Federal customs officials at the Los Angeles/Long Beach seaport have stopped four Chinese shipments which included 20,457 pairs of fake Christian Louboutin pumps and high heels featuring the designer's distinctive red sole from entering the country. U.S. Customs and Border Protection...

The item in question? Christian Louboutin's Pigalle Python Over the Knee Boots. The exotic stompers were most recently worn by Kim Kardashian in Paris, who paired them with a draped gray dress with an asymmetrical hem. J. Lo wore the same heels with a matching python dress to last year's...

mall wonderland of tie-dye kits and fake plastic flowers beloved by crafty types everywhere, has been sued by Coach for making a fleece fabric printed with multicolored O's that allegedly look too much like Coach's C's. Coach has trademarked the pattern and, according to court documents,...

- Poor Jo-Ann Fabrics. There they were, just trying to unload some tacky fleece patterns on a craft-loving public, when Coach comes along and sues them for trademark infringement. Apparently, the luxury brand finds the elongated Os of a pattern at an Ohio-based Jo-Ann Fabrics far too similar...

By Faith Leigh-Anne Pinnock grabbed a bit to eat at Nobu in London in a $75 Topshop Satin Side Split Coat, $44 Lace Bralet, Beige Satin Skort, and $1,195 Christian Louboutin Farfamesh Booties: Her white coat hits below the knee, features a throw-on silhouette, side split detailing, and...

 

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