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A Juicy Couture shirt printed with "Manufactured in the Glamorous USA" was actually, er ... made in Vietnam. It's possible that the shirt was made in Vietnam and the person inside the shirt was "manufactured in the glamorous USA," and it's also possible that the whole thing was a major PR blunder. What next: are they going to tell us the clothes aren't really couture? [Jezebel]