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He would never have done such a thing like that, for sure."Louboutin grew up in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, unaware of his parents' poverty until a classmate offered his mother a maid's job.
An only son, with four older sisters, he was doted on.
But he believes the current company has no relationship with the late designer.
"As far as I'm concerned, it is driven by marketing people who don't know what they're talking about, and is totally apart from its fabulous and wonderful creator.
It's incredibly rude and double standards," he says, gesticulating with frustration.
"I'm like a mouse with this elephant that can crush me. But I have to stand up for who I am, and for everyone who believes there is still the possibility to start your own thing, instead of having to be paid and employed by just one or two possible groups."Before setting up his own company, Louboutin designed shoes for YSL, among others.
He's also expecting the verdict of his appeal against a judge's ruling that Yves Saint Laurent's use of red soles in their designs in July did not infringe his red sole trademark.
He spent time in Egypt, a year in India, and returned to Paris in the 1980s, where he worked with the shoe designers Charles Jourdan and Roger Vivier, credited with inventing the stiletto. While Louboutin remains close to two of his four sisters, who both wear his designs, "two don't live in France, so I barely see them," he explains. I have 23 years difference with my oldest sister, and I'm 16 years younger than my second sister."He splits his time between four houses: in France, Portugal and Egypt, and a 13th-century castle in the Vendée, western France. But, yes; it's very nice to go by yourself to do your thing, and then you meet. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. With four new men's stores opening, his work with Disney on Cinderella's glass slipper, and his battle with Yves Saint Laurent, the 'red soles' designer shows no sign of putting his feet up.This he dismisses, leaping into dangerous territory with both well-shod feet."Madonna is a feminist and has been doing more for the cause than all the grumpy feminists, who are giving nothing back by being grumpy," he says.