After Lindsay Lohan tweeted yesterday that her 6126 line of leggings was expanding into a full collection of clothing, New York magazine's The Cut picked up the story, and, this morning, WWD has more details on the surely anticipated news:
According to the paper, Lohan will not only launch a ready-to-wear collection next year, but cosmetics, handbags, shoes, and jewelry will follow in the spring of 2011. Produced by DNAM Apparel—which also brings us the screen print tattooed world of Ed Hardy—the line will consist of 150 pieces, priced at a contemporary $100-$150. Important fabrics will be leather and lace, of course, and the line will be sold where 6162 is available, namely Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's, Macy's, and Nordstrom.
According to Kristi Kaylor, principal of Lohan's fashion company in Beverly Hills, “[Lindsay] is intimately involved from Day One. She picks fabrics. She looks at trims. She picks buttons. She doesn’t let anything go into production without trying it on.” Well, thank God for that. For her sake we hope the ladies still love a stone-washed jegging and see-through backs on their pants in 2011.