Judge Victor Marrero concluded that: "because in the fashion industry color serves ornamental and aesthetic functions vital to robust competition, the court finds that Louboutin is unlikely to be able to prove that its red outsole brand is entitled to trademark protection, even if it has...

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Globe and Mail What's Next For Christian Louboutin's Trademark Lawsuit? Styleite Yesterday, our inimitable fashion law columnist Charles Colman gave us an in-depth explanation of the many intricacies of the Christian Louboutin trademark infringement case against Yves Saint Laurent. ......

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that the famous French fashion house is ripping off his famous red-sole trademark. The red-sole has been a fixture of Louboutin's heels since 1992, when the designer first painted red nail polish on the bottom of a pair of sky-high heels. In 2008 the infamous shoe designer actually...

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This has ended up being a lawsuit and going to court, as Christian Louboutin claim that it's their trademark and exclusively known as theirs. The counter argument from YSL is that the French Court of the 1600s wore red-soled shoes, and is therefore not a trademark of Louboutin. To me, this...

 

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