Gucci Wins Millions in Guess Trademark Lawsuit

Gucci wins Guess lawsuit over shoe design (Photo: Gucci/Guess)

Gucci has won $4.7 million in a lawsuit against Guess over footwear design. The Italian label had been looking for more than $200 million in the suit.

The lawsuit claimed that Guess had infringed on Gucci’s rights by taking several design elements from Gucci shoes and incorporating them into Guess models.

Specifically, Gucci argued that Guess and footwear licensee Mark Fischer Footwear co-opted design concepts from Gucci products including the block “G” logo and the vertical stripes on the shoes.

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years, the parties have put in countless hours and spent untold sums of money, all in the service of fashion – what Oscar Wilde aptly called ‘a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months,'” Judge Shira Scheindlin wrote in his opinion.

The judge reportedly also awarded Gucci all profits Guess made from the shoes and granted a permanent injunction against Guess using any more of Gucci’s design hallmarks.

There could be more trademark infringement fighting coming to court soon. Yves Saint Laurent is currently the target of a suit by Christian Louboutin over the use of red soles, a Christian Louboutin signature feature.

Source: Daily Telegraph