First Look: Lilo’s New $1000 Frocks
An LA Times reporter swung by Lindsay Lohan’s 6126 showroom recently and found a lot more than leggings. And it turns out the tabloid fixture isn’t just debuting handbags in the very near future. A full clothing line (of which images first dropped in December and) which includes a whopping 280 looks, will hit stores including Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus and Ron Herman come July. So, what to expect? Just reference any photo of Lohan snapped post sunset in recent years. There are minidresses in embossed crocodile leather, loads of leather (which the LAT calls “likable”), and Lohan’s staple hoodies covered in lace or sequins. Oh, and lots and lots of leggings.
While price points for specific garments haven’t been released, pieces from the collection will reportedly range from $60 to a staggering $1000. The latter seems a bit steep coming from a designer fond of metallic pasties and who arguably (at least according to her PR) is responsible for leggings’ ubiquity. Lohan’s rep likewise claims she was extremely involved in the design process, “choosing fabrics and inspecting samples at her downtown L.A. studio, even having all the leather jackets redone at the last minute because the sleeves didn’t fit snugly enough.” Lohan too acts as the face of the line: she models sequined jumpers and more in 6126’s FW10 look book. At least she’s forgone the stripper pole this time around. So, maybe there’s hope?