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In the Window: 20,000 Leagues Under the Juicy Couture Sea

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At this point, we really don't know what to expect from anymore the Fifth Avenue windows at Juicy Couture. They've done all sorts of shenanigans in the past, from an army of kilts to saddled-up mannequins, but wrapping the store in blue plastic has got to be a new low.

Sure, the faux underwater scene is striking from the street, or even several blocks away, but up close it just comes across like contact paper; the thickness and shade of blue mutes all the colors and details of the clothing behind. It has, in effect, created a translucent wall.

Just to nitpick a tad bit more, it is entirely possible that the number of scuba and mermaid props outweighs the amount of actual Juicy Couture clothing on display. And what exactly is that dude on the far right doing to the seahorse?
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