If the rumors are true, then Lindsay Lohan pulled off quite the feat: in one year she'll have gone from designing women's ready-to-wear for Emanuel Ungaro to working with Ed Hardy on a line of handbags.
We are with Tyler Durden - this is a collaboration that reeks of 2005 and quite frankly, scares us. Although nothing's been officially confirmed, the buzz is pretty specific. Sources say there are three collections in the works with "numerous" more planned for the future, which seems presumptuous based on her history.
It's hard to be optimistic about the prospect of more Lindsay Lohan in fashion (or in general, really), but one never knows - if she thought pasties were appropriate for a venerable house of high fashion, then perhaps she'll make some chic, understated bags for Ed Hardy.