US: Juicy Couture weighs on Liz Claiborne Q1
By Leonie Barrie | 26 April 2012
Strong demand for its Lucky Brand and Kate Spade lines have helped apparel maker Liz Claiborne Inc narrow its first-quarter losses, but its largest brand, Juicy Couture, continues to weigh on its fortunes.
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