Louboutin has won a court case against “Women against Islamisation,” a Belgian anti-Islam campaign group. Activists must remove all posters featuring the stilettos of the luxury footwear designer after a court in Antwerp ruled in the company's favor on Oct. 14. The poster showed the legs of Anke Van Dermeersch, a former Miss Belgium and now a lawmaker for Vlaams Belang, a Belgian far-right political party. An accompanying key showed what it claimed was Islam's view of a woman based on the length of her skirt, from “sharia conform” at floor level to “stoning” at the top of the thigh. Louboutin said it had not authorized the use of its shoes in the campaign and that their inclusion damaged the company's image.