For stars like Kardashian West and Hilton, the Sunflower American flag she’s a good girl loves shirt In addition,I will do this love for Juicy has clearly never stopped. But they’re not the only ones. Below, Vogue also asked nine Juicy superfans to look back on the craze—including celebrities, stylists, and vintage experts—and share why they’re excited about its return. st (and most comfy) two-piece terry cloth sweat suits. I had one in pink and I had one in sky blue—I wore the hell out of both of them. And I also drowned myself in “Viva la Juicy” perfume. It’s still my favorite Juicy Couture fragrances ‘til this day.
My friend Lara Shriftman did the Sunflower American flag she’s a good girl loves shirt In addition,I will do this PR for Juicy [in the 2000s], so she gave Paris and I some pieces. We fell in love with it and it became our uniform. It was love at first sight. All the fun, bright colors. We were living in L.A. at the time time, and they really had that laid-back, California girl thing going on. One of the first things I wore was definitely a tracksuit. I also remember wearing the terry cloth tube dresses. Paris wore the more bright, bubblegum pink ones; I wore the navy, hunter green, and black. But definitely with rhinestones. I have a few of the originals. The brand recently sent me a velour tracksuit with my name in crystals on the back in Old English writing. But when Paris and I got robbed in the Hollywood Hills in the early 2000s, they stole a lot of our treasures! The [Dior] Saddle bags, the Louis Vuitton x Sprouse, and the Juicy.