By  on August 10, 2011

NEW YORK — A Manhattan federal judge denied Christian Louboutin a preliminary injunction Wednesday that would have barred Yves Saint Laurent from selling red-soled shoes from its 2011 cruise collection, arguing that restrictions on a single color could stifle both art and commerce.

Louboutin sued YSL in the Southern District of New York in April in an effort to protect its 2008 red-sole trademark.

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