I must say I’ve never been a Juicy Couture fan. When I see “Juicy” emblazoned across someone’s ass I first feel angry that such a garment seemed like a good idea to someone. And then I feel sorry for the poor person wearing it. I also become a whole other kind of annoyed when I’m shopping online and I spot something I like, then discover it’s by Juicy or another brand that I really don’t want to like. Jessica Simpson is potentially another example. How dare they design something that’s aesthetically pleasing to my eye? Alas, it happens. And maybe it shouldn’t be so surprising. In Juicy’s case, the founders left the company in 2010 and Erin Fetherston did a stint as designer at the label, which is now owned by Liz Claiborne. Brands change, and the items in the slideshow below apparently are proof that you can’t always judge an item by its brand!