Cheek to Cheek Let’s celebrate our 60th spring season as a brand with a little twist on tradition… we’re sharing a new delivery of styles full of colorful prints, pops of cheery yellow, classic comebacks with modern details, 3D embellishments, […]
Last fall, our print team had the pleasure of visiting Positano and Capri, Italy for a print inspiration trip. It’s safe to say it was love at first lemon. The result? A Positano toile print and lemon tile print mixed with bold Mediterranean stripes and pops of zesty yellow…
As a business woman in the fashion industry in the 1960s, Lilly was a trailblazer in the fashion world and gave others permission to do the same. Jane Goodall, a trailblazer in her own right, set off from England into what is now Tanzania and ventured into the little-known world of wild chimpanzees. She braved many unknowns and came armed with curiosity and an eagerness to understand humankind’s closest living relatives.
At Lilly, we live life on the sunny side yet we acknowledge that the world isn’t always a sunny place. Lilly Pulitzer was founded in Palm Beach, Florida nearly 60 years ago. With strong roots in Florida, we’re no stranger to storms and have weathered many throughout the years. The unprecedented impact of Hurricane Harvey has displaced and devastated millions of Texans over the last several days, including many Lilly Pulitzer employees and customers who are near and dear to our heart for so many reasons.
Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a non-profit sea turtle hospital that promotes conservation of ocean ecosystems with a focus on threatened and endangered sea turtles. The center features an on-site campus hospital, research laboratory, educational exhibits and aquariums, and also operates the Juno Beach Pier, a pier that hosts world-class fishing and sightseeing.
You never know when things will POP UP. Lobstah Roll is back. This print was inspired by our trip to the Northeast Harbour in Maine, and we learned a few things while we were there — lobster should be pronounced “lobstah” and it’s best eaten in a roll. Lobsters are quirky critters — they are a little dangerous with their quick claws but quite sweet if you get them in a bake.