The newest pattern from Lilly Pulitzer, which is the first black and white print in the company's history.
Called "Pandamonium," the graphic was inspired by Tai Shan, the National Zoo's panda who was returned to China on Feb 5. It features pandas and the words "World Wildlife Fund" crawled throughout in hot pink.
A portion of the proceeds from this collectible Pulitzer print is being allocated to the WWF to raise awareness about nature conservation and climate change.
The print was created in an eco-friendly fashion as well. The process is internationally certified as 100% green, using low-impact dye and eliminating harmful by-products. These feel-good fashions arrive in stores for men, women and little girls today.
Good looking and green? Reminds us of another eco-friendly designer who recently designed 'Alice in Wonderland'-inspired jewelry.