According to WWD, a Christian Dior salesperson recently told a Louboutin private investigator that the company would launch a collection of red shoes with red soles next season. Yet, Wednesday denied it. As you know, Christian Louboutin, who owns the red-sole trademark will go court to defend it.
“Christian Dior does not manufacture and sell any shoes with a red sole,” a Dior spokeswoman told WWD Wednesday.
Louboutin apparently hired a private eye in connection with a lawsuit against Yves Saint Laurent over whether its all-red pump infringes upon the red-sole mark. As it stands papers have been filed on behalf of Louboutin to seek a preliminary injunction of the sale of YSL’s red shoe. A New York judge will decide on Friday whether to grant the injunction. Stay tuned…
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