Two friends, Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor, founded Juicy Couture in Los Angeles in 1997. The duo decided to create their own fashion label -- Travis Jeans -- by selling maternity pants. They changed the company name to Juicy Couture in 1996, and Liz Claiborne acquired ... Read Morethe company in 2003. Major department stores such as Bloomingdale's, Lord & Taylor, and Bergdorf Goodman carry Juicy Couture, and the company has flagship stores and boutiques throughout North America. Juicy Couture today is known for its signature velour tracksuits but the brand also includes handbags, shoes, swimwear, fragrances, accessories, and clothing for babies and girls. The girls' clothing lines place an emphasis in on-trend styles, evident in all of Juicy's dresses, purses, and jeans. In the Monogram Shop, girls can personalize any type of tracksuit.