Ladies and gentlemen, please break out your vintage velour tracksuits from the early aughts. We’ll soon be able to watch the origin story of two fashion superheroes—the women behind Juicy Couture—play out at home on our TV sets, as an hour-long scripted series based on the The Glitter Plan, the memoir written by Juicy…
The Juicy Couture tracksuit, uniform of circa 2004 Paris Hilton and the “cool mom,” will be recognized as an icon of millennial wealth in an exhibit at London’s Victoria and Albert museum.
It's the end of an era! Specifically, an era when you could readily locate and pay full price for pastel terrycloth trackpants with the word "JUICY" emblazoned real big across the butt. Juicy Couture—early-oughts icon and ever-present uniform of girls who were mean to me in college—is shuttering all of its US stores…
If you're ready for the brand new age of advertising, it's happening now: Saturday, Juicy Couture — the brand that is neither juicy nor couture — will start an advertising/marketing/something campaign on Snapchat, the app considered to be a teen selfie haven.
RIP, PINK? Victoria's Secret's line marketed to a younger demographic than their VERY SEXY everything else that was once touted as the brand's saving grace might to be going the way of Juicy Couture, to become a distant memory in fashion's history of things that used to be cool.
Recently, Juicy Couture had a problem. Under the terms of the Affordable Care Act, any company with more than 50 employees who work 30+ hours per week has to provide those workers with health insurance that covers basic healthcare. Juicy Couture did not want to do this, because paying for health insurance is really…
Last we heard from them, Juicy Couture was laughing all the way to the bank as we all paraded around in matching velour tracksuits uniforms of 2002. However, I wasn't mad at them then because those tracksuits are comfortable as hell.
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- Christy Turlington says, "There's nothing rewarding about modeling. It was a fun opportunity that allowed me to see the world but spiritually and intellectually there is nothing rewarding about the profession at all."