Monday, February 08, 2010

NEW YORK, Jan. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- IT'S PANDAMONIUM!!! Literally. So the word is out about Lilly Pulitzer's first ever black and white print (with shots of shocking pink, of course). In November, the Palm Beach designer kicked off a year of "Lilly Loves Green," with signature, conversational prints raising funds and awareness for great green causes.



The Spring 2010 collection, "Protective Prints" was inspired by endangered species from across the globe, from the American crocodile and Florida panther to the Australian Koala. The focal point of this collection is a bold, graphic black and white panda print, inspired by the World Wildlife Fund's iconic panda logo. The limited edition print is appropriately named: "Pandamonium"!

The Pandamonium collection will hit Lilly Pulitzer stores this February, and includes a women's shift dress, a little Lilly shift dress, a men's blazer and pant, and a beach tote in two sizes. The collection retails from $68 for the small tote to $398 for the men's blazer, and 10% of the proceeds from this collection will directly benefit the World Wildlife Fund.

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