Juicy Joins Bleecker Street Elite

Koenig, Gillian
January 2007
DNR: Daily News Record;1/22/2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p7
Trade Publication
The article discusses the Los Angeles, California brand Juicy Couture, owned by Liz Claiborne Inc., opening its first New York City flagship at 368 Bleecker Street in Manhattan. The store is only the second location in the country to house the brand's men's collection. The San Francisco unit was the first to carry it. The Bleecker Street boutique, the third Juicy store in New York, is the brand's 20th freestanding store, and the company plans on opening more stores as well.


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