PARIS — The commercial court of Paris has ruled in favor of Zadig & Voltaire in a case brought by Yves Saint Laurent concerning store design.

Yves Saint Laurent had sued Zadig & Voltaire for allegedly copying two of its stores on Paris’ Champs-Élysées’ interior layouts found in the Yves Saint Laurent store on Avenue Montaigne.

“The judges, repeating the arguments brought forth by the Zadig & Voltaire company, considered that the Yves Saint Laurent company’s claims were unfounded,” Zadig & Voltaire said in a statement.

The court has ordered Yves Saint Laurent to pay Zadig & Voltaire 300,000 euros, or $335,957 at current exchange, in damages and 100,000 euros, or $111,986, in legal costs and expenses.

A spokeswoman for Kering, the parent company of YSL, had no comment.