I'm not sure to follow you. Labels are associated to ip prefixes. If this prefix is part of a VRF then MP-BGP will allocate the label called VPN label. If the prefix is part of the global routing table (GRT), then LDP will allocate the label.
When a packets is received on a VRF interface the following happens:
1- PE make a route lookup in the VRF to find the next-hop.
2- if the next-hop is another PE, two labels will be added to this packet: one IGP label associated to the next-hop address (learned from LDP) and a VPN label learned from the remote PE via MP-BGP
3- P routers use only the IGP label to forward the packet to the remote PE
4- Remote PE receives it, analysis/removes the VPN label and send it to the outgoing interface associated to this label
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