just what the fashion industry was missing…

Thank you Lindsay LOLohan for contributing your fashion expertise to the industry.

What would women do without leggings that came with built in knee pads for ease of comfort?

God Bless You.

What’s that? You’re EXPANDING your clothing line? Ooooh. Let’s REJOICE!

Via the LA Times,

Last year, Lindsay joined the fashion world as the artistic designer for Emanuel Ungaro. Not surprisingly (as it was, after all, designed by LiLo), the Spring / Summer 2010 collection caused quite a stir for the guests. Between the scandalously short mini-dresses and tacky heart-shaped glittery pasties, the entire fashion world wondered: what was she thinking? Catastrophic reviews obviously made Ungaro president Mounir Moufarrige rethink  Lindsay’s involvement in the company.

So, after her disastrous fashion debut, we were surprised to hear that Lindsay is preparing to expand her legging-only line, 6126. While the collection will still focus mainly on leggings, the Los Angeles Times reports that 6126 will now feature mini-dresses, sequined-hoodies, and oversized-cardigans. Priced from $60-$1000, the collection is set to hit stores like Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, and Ron Herman in July, says LiLo’s PR rep.”

Eek. Sequined hoodies to hide haggard faces from the paparazzi! Oversized shirts to cover up the 40 oz!

This sh*t is just gonna FLY off the shelves faster than she can run from Samantha Ronson’s bodyguards.



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