Lilly Pulitzer's Beach Bash Palm Beach Celebrated Life Under Printed Palms While Raising Funds For Loggerhead Marinelife Center
Lilly Pulitzer closed out 2016 with a philanthropic celebration of "Life Under Printed Palms."
The fashion brand's annual Beach Bash, which took place Dec. 29 at The Beach Club in Palm Beach, for the first time benefited Loggerhead Marinelife Center.
"Lilly Pulitzer and sea turtles are a perfect Palm Beach pairing, and we are so grateful to our guests and partners for their support," LMC President and CEO Jack Lighton said in a statement. "These funds significantly aid us in furthering our mission of ocean and sea turtle conservation."
Guests decked out in Lilly-printed resort wear enjoyed colorful cocktails, gourmet cuisine, and unique forms of entertainment, such as live painting by a Lilly Pulitzer designer, LED robot dancers, and mystical mermaids.
Other signature stations included a juice stand from Field of Greens (a nod to Lilly Pulitzer's original juice stand on Worth Avenue) and a hair and makeup pop-up salon by Anushka Spa to keep guests looking Palm Beach posh.
Best of all, attendees took home a Lilly swag bag filled with fun gifts and became honorary adoptive parents of LMC patient "Lilly" the sea turtle, who is receiving treatment at the rehabilitation center.
See the photos below for a look at the under-the-sea themed decor with pops of color and Lilly Pulitzer print:
(Lead photo of Loggerhead CEO Jack Lighton and friends courtesy Tracey Benson Photography)