Juicy Couture Partners with Erin Fetherston for a Holiday Collection

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Whimsical designer Erin Fetherston made a special appearance in the Los Angeles area today at Neiman- Marcus, Topanga,  to show off her new Holiday Collection for Juicy Couture.  Some of you may remember the super-talented Erin’s Holiday Collection for Target a few years ago.   It was truly adorable.  I’m still wearing her 1920’s inspired winter white Target coat with the amazing shawl collar and covered buttons.

Pictured: Erin Fetherston’s Black Velvet Holiday Party Dress for Juicy Couture.

Now Juicy Couture, owned by Liz Clairborne, has hired Erin to elevate their holiday clothing. One thing is for sure, Erin’s 11 piece collection for Juicy won’t feature any velour pants with the words “Juicy” of the back side.  Thank god for small favors.  Instead you’ll find holiday bling and cheer in the form of jewelry, silky blouses and velvet dresses.  The collection will range in price from $216 to $688.  This explains why the line will be sold at high-end department stores like Neiman-Marcus.  If you want a special holiday dress, and budget is not an obstacle, look for Erin’s Juicy collection at Neiman’s and Bloomingdales. For lower-priced Erin Fetherston, check out her Edition collection for QVC.  Some of the pieces are on clearance, and they are really well priced.  The Edition line  for QVC features her trademark touches, like the built-in necklace, embellishments and ruffles.   I’m glad to see several different price and style options available for buying Erin Fetherston clothing off the rack. 


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1 Comment

  1. Denise

    September 25, 2010 at 3:54 am

    Super excited to see the pieces! I used to be a huge Juicy Couture fan, but the “Juicy” on the backside isn't doing it for me!