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Nabbing Juicy Couture is just the latest step in Lord & Taylor's turnaround effort, according to the Times. "Every year, the chief executive of Lord & Taylor, America’s oldest department store, pleaded to have Juicy Couture. And every year, its owner, the giant clothing house Liz Claiborne, refused. 'It was considered out of their league,' said one person involved in the negotiations. Not any more. With little fanfare, Claiborne started selling Juicy Couture jewelry at a handful of Lord & Taylor stores last month, with handbags expected soon..." Huzzah! [NY Times]