The Antwerp trade court recently ruled in favour of shoe designer, Christian Louboutin and gave the Vlaams Belang party, a group that campaigns ‘Women against Islamisation’, 24 hours to take down the posters containing the anti-islamic advert.

The French shoe designer had earlier made complaints that the anti-islamic advert tarnished his image.

The poster shows the bare legs of ex-Miss Belgium turned senator of the party, Anke Van dermeersch wearing the iconic red-soled Louboutins stiletto heels, as she lifts up a black dress. It also shows words imprinted along the naked leg of Anke marking potential skirt lengths, from ‘Sharia compatible’ written at the ankle to ‘stoning’ written high up the thigh.

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