Christian Dior denied Wednesday that it is planning to make red-soled shoes for next season — a bit of news that may come as a relief to Christian Louboutin, who owns the red-sole trademark and has gone to court to defend it.
The denial contradicts published reports that a Dior salesperson told a Louboutin private investigator that the company would launch a collection of red shoes with red soles.
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