Lillian Pulitzer Rousseau, better known as Lilly Pulitzer, was an entrepreneur, fashion designer, and American socialite. She founded Lilly Pulitzer, Inc., which produces clothing and other such wares featuring bright, colorful, floral prints. As the brand is popular with high society, she was called the "Queen of Prep".
|Born:||Lillian Lee McKim, November 10, 1931, Roslyn, New York, U.S.|
|Died:||April 7, 2013, Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.|
|Alma mater:||Finch College|
|Known for:||Lilly Pulitzer brand|
|Notable work:||The Lilly Shift Dress|
|Spouse(s):||Herbert Pulitzer (1950-1969, divorced, 3 children), Enrique Rousseau (1969-1993, his death)|
|Website:||Lilly Pulitzer's Official site|
About Lilly Pulitzer
Fashion designer, socialite, and founder of Lilly Pulitzer, Inc. She became popular for creating bright floral print clothes for high society.
Lilly Pulitzer Before Fame
She attended Finch College in New York City, but ultimately failed to graduate.
Achievement of Lilly Pulitzer
She has been called the Queen of Prep.
Lilly Pulitzer Family Life
She had three children, Peter, Minnie, and Liza, from her marriage to Peter Pulitzer Jr. Following her divorce from Peter, she married Enrique Rousseau in 1969. They remained married until his death in 1993.
Associations of Lilly Pulitzer
She went to school with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy.
Information related to Lilly Pulitzer
- Pulitzer family (newspapers)
- Finch College alumni
- Bostwick family
- Phipps family
- Miss Porter's School alumni
- Chapin School (Manhattan) alumni
- American fashion businesspeople
- Re-established companies
- American socialites