As seen in Tatler

February 11, 2021 1 Comment

Lotty B Limited EditionLotty has been designing some very special "Limited Edition" garments which will be introduced later this year. The amazing prints will be produced in new colourways and no more than 50 of each print/style will be made. Each garment will have a limited edition label.

In the meantime, we wanted to give everyone a glimpse of Lotty's beetle print in this glorious fuchsia pink! The silk twill is divine - you have to take our word for it, just for now.

This beautiful pyjama set is included in a feature called: "The Perfect Fit" in the March edition of Tatler UK. 

We would love to share with you that the fabric has been sourced and printed in the UK and the new limited edition collections will be handmade here in the UK too. This is a very exciting extension to the Lotty B brand.

Please sign up to our newsletter if you would like to know when any of these special garments will be available. 

Limited Edition Lotty B pjs



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Kate Horrocks
Kate Horrocks

March 24, 2021

Look forward to seeing the new designs. Love the silk and chiffon fabrics and beautiful colours. A plea for the larger sizes! The gift boxes are exceptional.

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