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Juicy Couture


Juicy Couture is a glamorous and fun lifestyle brand which captures the essence of LA style and attitude. Recognised as a casual luxury brands offering a wide range of apparel including womenswear, girls, baby, accessories, footwear, swimwear, fragrance, accessories and jewellery.

Founders, Gela Nash-Taylor and Pam Skaist left Juicy Couture after selling it to Liz Claiborne, in 2003, for $53.1 million. Most recently Juicy Couture announced a new partnership with K&S Outerwear, a New York-based apparel and accessories designer and manufacturer focussing on outerwear. As part of the partnership, K&S will now be responsible for designing, manufacturing and selling Juicy Couture women’s outerwear, with the first collection launching in fall 2019.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
5 North, One Claiborne Avenue, North Bergen NJ 07047
Head Office Telephone: +1 (00) 201 295 6000
Key Locations:

198 Regent Street,
London, W1B 5TP

Bluewater Shopping Centre,
Greenhithe, DA9 9ST

Bicester Outlet Village,
Pingle Drive, Bicester,
Oxfordshire, OY26 6WD

Westfield White City,
Ariel Way,
London, W12 7GF

Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Kidswear; Accessories; Jewellery; Bags; Beauty

Company Size (No. of Employees): Approx 700
Key Stockists:

Zalando; Amazon; Jd Sport; Lyst; Amazon; Next


Four Marketing

UK Standalone Stores: 4
UK Concessions: 6
UK Wholesale Stockists: Approx 10
International Stores & Stockists: Approx 100
Key Concessions:

Harvey Nichols; Harrods; Selfridges; Debenhams; House of Fraser; Fenwick

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Paul Blum

Design Director: Laura Anthony (Menswear)
Creative Director: Heather Harlan
Marketing Director: Jim Offet
HR Director: Andy Romeo (Senior VP of HR)

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