It seems like the wheels might have fallen off of Lindsay Lohans fashion career quite early, following whispers circulating in the press following her departure from Ungaro.
The former teen actress, who is famous for creating leggings
for her 6126 line - named after the birthday of Marilyn Monroe, no less - was included as an artistic advisor to Emanuel Ungaro last year, though was relatively poorly received by critics for her style.
In a recent chat to WWD during Paris Fashion Week - which Lindsay was not present at - Asim Abdullah, the company's owner, said that she was not involved, though gave no extra reasoning behind the decision.
Emanuel Ungaro, who is not involved in the brand any more despite it holding his name, said way back in November: "Lindsay Lohan's collaboration was a disaster. I am furious but I can't do anything about it."
Lindsay Lohan has recently decided to sue company E*Trade over an advert describing a baby antagonist as Lindsay, with the actress arguing that she has one-name recognition and that it is defamatory.
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