STYLE: Lohan Fashion Line The Toast Of Hatesville


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THE ENVELOPE: Lindsay Lohan and Spanish designer Estrella Archs showed off their new hot mess of a Spring 2010 Ungaro collection today in Paris. And the Fashion World’s Mean Girls could simply not stop ragging on how bad it was. MORE

DAILY MAIL: But the star admitted that the show has been ‘the hardest thing I’ve ever done’. The thigh-skimming dresses in peach, hot pink and white seemed designed for a Malibu Beach party, while sparkling nipple pasties flashing from underneath loose blazers were a reminder of Lohan’s own occasional wardrobe mishaps. ‘It’s not good to show your nipples so they should be covered,’ Lohan proclaimed referring to the heart-shaped pasties. While one fashionista said: ‘The best that can be said is that they tried.’ MORE

WOMEN’S WEAR DAILY: Lindsay, it’s time to get serious about reviving the acting career. After just one lohan_fashion_line.jpgseason, one show, Mounir Moufarrige’s Lindsay-plus-one experiment is off to a troubled start. Lindsay Lohan, the house’s “creative director,” and designer Estrella Archs, (who probably got the job in part for her willingness to sketch in Lohan’s shadow, and probably took it for its high-profile heritage), made their joint debut on Sunday in an effort that was, quite simply, an embarrassment. To be fair, there was something of a “Mean Girls” motif at play. The fashion world, or at least its old-fashioned, traditional arm, greeted the Lohan appointment with endless snickers and rolled eyes. Its members expected, perhaps even hoped for, the proverbial train wreck. And so it came, a collision of fashion, controversial celebrity and massive publicity that resulted in the most frenzied door scene we’ve seen in years.  MORE

FASHIONISTA: First of all, there was not a single gown in the collection. Not a one. Which was very un-Ungaro-like. And there were a lot of skintight mini dresses, also very un-Ungaro-like. You know, come to think of it, the whole thing was very un-Ungaro-like. Emanuel Ungaro learned how to be a designer directly under Cristobal Balenciaga, and whether you liked Ungaro’s work or not, the man knew what he was doing when it came to clothes. MORE

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