The 14-piece mini collection will launch with select renowned retail stores.
The brand will invite buyers to view the collection both in the flesh and virtually in its Paris showroom, then present the collection to press and clients during couture week in July.
Monday’s legal judgment confirms an arbitration award from June.
The initiative combines freestanding pop-ups, partnerships with key retailers and special in-store merchandising.
Adrian also had an extended run with his own ready-to-wear collection in Beverly Hills, introducing fragrances Saint and Sinner and running his own New York boutique at one point.
The shoemaker has gone to court around the world to defend its monopoly on red-soled heels.
The designs will hit the brand’s web site and stores internationally in mid-April.