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...

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.

, Louboutin is in a current legal battle with Yves Saint Laurent after accusing the company of copying the famous red soles. World Wide Web - Christian Louboutin speaks to us through his shoes, but this time the designer is speaking about his shoes. Louboutin finally addressed the...

has a trademark on the red sole and if we don't enforce it this would leave the door open for other brands to copy us while jeopardising the identity of the Louboutin red sole. "I have the biggest respect for the house of Yves Saint Laurent. Having discussed the matter with them and not been...

>> 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...

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...

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 has ordered both parties to...

Christian Louboutin, who sued Yves Saint Laurent in April for producing red-soled shoes, found themselves in an even bigger predicament when the judge presiding over the case found that Louboutin's patented trademark on red soles wasn't valid–putting the company in danger of losing it....

Legal teams for Christian Louboutin and Yves Saint Laurent have been battling it out in a New York courtroom ever since Louboutin announced that he was suing the famous French fashion house for ripping off his famous red-sole trademark. This week a judge denied Christian Louboutin's request...

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...

 

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