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The belabored Christian Louboutin-YSL series of lawsuits have finally come to their official close. The verdict in a nutshell: Louboutin's red-sole trademark sticks, but only when the shoes are in a contrasting color. In other words, YSL can continue to sell its monochrome red pump. Whew. A court order yesterday has confirmed closure of the litigation between the parties, and hopefully, any further Racked reporting on this most tedious of lawsuits. [WWD]