Louboutin disputed that YSL copied its unique, signature 'red-sole,' shoe design, claiming that YSL wanted to capitalize off of the success and popularity of the "Loub-effect."
(The disputed, YSL 'red pumps')
And, in its defense, Louboutin used the argument of Tiffany & Co.'s, signature 'blue box,' to stress the importance of customers not being confused by products that look identical to competitor brands.
(Tiffany & Co., iconic 'Blue box')
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