Lindsay Lohan appeared in the news again on Thursday, when reports surfaced that a couture dress she borrowed for amFAR’s New York event a few weeks ago was returned literally cut into pieces.
According to Lohan, the Theia gown, which was loaned to her “in good faith”, ripped accidentally so she borrowed scissors from a bouncer and chopped off the bottom half of it.
Sure, Linds… because that’s always my first plan of action upon accidentally damaging a piece of clothing that doesn’t belong to me; haphazardly hacking it into a high-low mini-dress.
Phillip Bloch, who styled the aging starlet for the event, corroborated her story and remarked that despite the incident, he would “definitely work with her again.” Also adding, “I would just lay down some ground rules and do my best to make sure it never happens again.” Yeah dude, good call. And godspeed on the rest of your styling career.
With a hemline as erratic as her personal life, let’s all just be glad that Lindsay’s clothing line never got off the ground.