Yves Saint Laurent has sold shoes with red soles in the past under names like Tribute, Palais and Woodstock at High-End Stores in Manhattan such as Barneys, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman who also carry Christian Louboutin shoes. The Telegraph writes, "Yves Saint Laurent's spring...

Yves Saint Laurent has made some red pumps with matching red soles. Christian Louboutin, in a fierce display of red-sole entitlement, is suing YSL for this. The Telegraph explains: Yves Saint Laurent's spring 2011 collection features a pair of red suede shoes with matching red soles,...

The location of the bright color on the outsole of a woman's pump is said to provide an alluring 'flash of red' when a woman walks down the street, or on the red carpet of a special event" Christian Louboutin is seeking $1 million in damages. Yves Saint Laurent has yet to comment.

>> Last month , Christian Louboutinhit Yves Saint Laurent with a $1 million-plus trademark-infringement lawsuit for the use of red soled shoes in the Spring 2011 YSL collection. Now, Saint Laurenthas filed court papers, alleging that Louboutin fraudently claimed "exclusive" use of red soles...

" Further to their claims, Yves Saint Laurent maintains that Christian Louboutin has been deceitful with his trademark application stating that, "As an industry leader who has devoted his entire professional life to women's footwear, Mr Louboutin either knew or should have known about some...

In case you've been living barefoot under a rock for the past few months, you've probably heard all about the stiletto drama between Yves Saint Laurent and Christian Louboutin. If you have been on a heel hiatus we'll give you a refresher: back in April, Christian Louboutin filed a $1 million...

Christian Louboutin recently filed suit against Yves Saint Laurentover their use of red soled heels. Apparently YSL has lacquered a few of their Spring 2011 designs with 'red bottoms,' a look that is universally known as Louboutin's signature. A pair of YSL shoes from their Spring 2011...

Yves Saint Laurent is firing back against allegations that it stole Christian Louboutin's trademark red soles this spring. The French fashion house, which was sued by Louboutin earlier this year for selling a pair of red-soled shoes, says Louboutin didn't invent red soles and therefore can't...

The fashion house Yves Saint Laurent has won the battle against shoe designer Christian Louboutin. Christina Louboutin sought an injunction against YSL preventing the French fashion house from using red soles in their 2011 collection. A Manhattan Federal judge made it clear that even though...

" Manhattan federal judge Victor Marrero also implied in his decision earlier this week that if the case continued, he would move to find for the defendant, Yves Saint Laurent, without a full trial — thus causing Louboutin to lose his red sole trademark, which was granted in 2008. Marrero...

 

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