Emerging loungewear brand Lolly 5000 will exhibit at the fifth annual Best of Britannia show this year.
The label will present its new range of made-in-Britain kimonos, slips, camisoles and lounge pants at London’s Victoria House this September.
It will be joined by the very best of British brands across menswear, womenswear, childrenswear, footwear, accessories, jewellery, cycling, motoring, homewares, food and drink and home furnishings.
Lolly 5000 was founded in October 2014 by textile designer Lolly Cooper.
After studying art at college, she began a career in TV and film as a graphic designer and VFX artist, working on many prestigious productions such as Doctor Who and the Harry Potter films.
But throughout her media career, she has always found time to freelance for London textile studios – selling her designs internationally.
“I have a passion for cloth – particularly tweeds, plaids and tartans,” she said.
“I think this stems from my Irish blood – a heritage of which I’m very proud of. Oh, and a passion for print and colour. I am known for my obsession with colours, my love of a pantone number and chart.”
The Best of Britannia show runs from September 30-October 2 at Victoria House, Bloomsbury.