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Lohan: Designing my range was a dream

Published 20/05/2015

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has revealed teaming up with Lavish Alice for a new capsule collection was a “dream”.

It was revealed on Tuesday that Lindsay was teaming up with the UK retailer to design a 16-piece Autumn/Winter range.

And now the 28-year-old actress has spoken of her joy at being given the chance to turn her hand to fashion design.

“I've been a huge fan of Lavish Alice since moving to London, it's a cool British brand and a collaboration with them was a natural next step,” Lindsay said in a statement. “Designing with the team was a dream, as they really understand my style. Fashion designing is every girl's fantasy and I've had so much fun putting my stamp on the brand.”

To promote the range, Lindsay is seen in a series of shots taken by famed photographer Rankin.

The capsule collection will range in price between £38 and £74.

Lindsay's latest foray into clothes comes after previous attempts failed to set the fashion world alight.

In 2008 the 28-year-old created 6126; a leggings line that expanded into a clothing collection. Lindsay worked with Kristi Kaylor and the label's name came from Marilyn Monroe's June 1, 1926 birth date.

In 2009 Lindsay was suddenly thrust into the world of high fashion, but her appointment as artistic advisor at Emanuel Ungaro was badly received. She worked alongside Estrella Archs and presented her debut collection at Paris Fashion Week, but the critics didn't take kindly to the clothes.

Lindsay Lohan x Lavish Alice will hit online shelves in June.

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