Here’s an Inside Look at Lilly Pulitzer’s King of Prussia Headquarters

Plus, one employee's nasty scrawling in her cubicle.

Throwback to #LillyForTarget | Target

If you’ve ever yearned for a peek behind the pink and green, pineapple-emblazoned curtain that surely separates the Lilly Pulitzer headquarters from the rest of us mere mortals, you’re in luck. New York magazine’s The Cut visited the King of Prussia headquarters, alternatively called “The Pink Palace.”

What they found: a legendary sample closet, colorful inspo out the wazoo, and, apparently, some very unsettling illustrations scrawled with “Just another day of fat, white, and hideous” as well as “put it down, carb face.” (The caption of the photo showing these illustrations reads: “This image shows the personal illustrations of an employee not pictured in this story.”) 

But this photo — those slyly slid into the mix of the other pics — is the one that’s gotten the most attention, especially following the intense controversy surrounding the Lilly Pulitzer for Target collection. (To recap: Plus-size goods were only available online.)

Is it all beaches, bouffants, and baked goods? Not quite. Take a look at The Cut’s slideshow of their trip, here.