Louboutin Successful in Lawsuit against Anti-Islamist Group

Louboutin Lawsuit

Christian Louboutin successfully fought an unflattering association with a Flemish anti-Islamist Women’s group, Women Against Islamisation. The French shoe label won an injunction in an Antwerp court last Monday regarding some offensive advertisements (pictured above). The luxury brand has always been meticulously curated; its crimson soles are even trademarked, so it is unsurprising that action was taken regarding the offensive poster.

The posters feature Anke Vandermeesch, former Miss Belgium and current

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senator, wearing Louboutin’s. Paired with a back view of her bare legs is a diagram. According to the Guardian:

“Beside the image of [Vandermeersch] wearing the shoes, a key showed what it claimed was Islam’s view of a woman, as measured by the length of her skirt, from “sharia compatible” at floor level to “whore” just above the knee and “stoning” at the top of the thigh.” A little harsh, don’t you think?

In response to Louboutin’s initial threats of legal action, a spokeswoman for Women Against Islamisation wrote “it seems that not only Islam is intolerant.” The court’s ruling in favor of Louboutin mandated that the group remove all signage within 24 hours of the decision.

Photo courtesy of: directmatin.fr