Following his departure from French fashion house Saint Laurent, Hedi Slimane recently filed a lawsuit against the label’s parent company, Kering, for not including a non-compete clause in his contract. This means the company does not have to compensate the designer for the duration of the non-compete period. With that being said, the case has concluded as Kering has been ordered to pay Slimane $13 million USD as compensation. As a result of the case, this means that the former Saint Laurent creative director will not be able to join any fashion houses for several months to serve the non-compete clause. For the time being, we’ll just have to wait before we see more creations from Slimane.