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Lohan Debuts as a Designer, sort of

By |   October - 5 - 2009
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan

On Sunday Lindsay Lohan and her co-designer, Estrella Archs debuted their first collection for Ungaro in Paris. This brings up so many questions and thoughts. The first is obviously what did she really design? And there’s no specific answers on this, all we know is she is credited as the Artistic Advisor. This title is pretty generic and can mean she actually oversaw the collection’s concepts from start to finish or it can simply mean she stuck her name on the product. I’m going to vote for the latter.

The next obvious question is what does the collection look like? To me it looks like the end of a collection with her name stamped on it. The style is pretty Ungaro, so popular with a few but not a Hollywood mainstay. There were a lot of miniskirts or dresses with a similar hemline, some harem pants, a lot of separates with jackets paired with dresses, skirts and pants, and the Ungaro signature super skinny pant. The colors of the collection were very hot pinks, electric blues, the standby blacks, a smattering of white and a few others but the hot colors seemed to be prediction of fashion’s latest trend. It’s actually quite doubtful that the Lindsay Lohan collection will create much of a stir. Once people get over her name being attached to it there’s really nothing interesting about the collection at all and the oddly placed pasties makes it almost seem like a joke.

The third question is does Lindsay Lohan have a replacement for Samantha Ronson? It’s been rumored that the pairing of Lindsay Lohan with Spanish designer, Estrella Archs worked incredibly well together and were seen gushing over each other after the show. But looking at the pictures of the two of them walking hand in hand down the runway, it seems like Estrella Archs is less than enthused with the pairing and it was probably all business for her.

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