The heated ‘red-sole’ legal fight between the fashion world’s most prestigious brands,
Christian Louboutin has been known for applying glossy vivid red to the outsoles of iconic women’s shoes since 1992, and the shoes usually sell for upwards $700 a pair. Red-soled shoes has been favorite among top Hollywood actresses including Sarah Jessica Parker, Halle Berry, Scarlett Johansson, and F1 heiress
For men’s, this French footwear icon offers the $1,495 Louis Python Crystal sneakers, the Louis Strass men’s flat costing $2,995, and the stylish Rollerboy Spikes costing $1,295, to name a few designs for the most expensive shoes lovers.
Seeing world’s top luxury fashion brands fighting over the copyright and infringement of designs is certainly not new, as we have earlier seen the Gucci Vs Guess war. The Italian luxury label Gucci actually sued the LA-based fashion brand Guess for selling products in stores and online with logos that are “studied imitations of the Gucci trademarks.” Also, fashion brand Hermes sues LVHM to retain control over the brand.