By  on December 2, 2008

It’s Friday afternoon at the Lilly Pulitzer headquarters in King of Prussia, Pa., and a group of five young designers is gathered around a table with piles of photos from magazines, blank white canvases and every shade of watercolor paint imaginable. It looks a little like summer camp, but this is no typical arts-and-crafts session — this is just one of the many ways the design team experiments and finds new ways to translate vintage Lilly prints into fresh, modern designs.

This story first appeared in the December 1, 2008 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.

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