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The "Mean Girls" actress blamed the fashion faux pas on "coming in so late and having not that much time to do a whole collection," she told People.com.
Still, LiLo seemed oblivious to the impending criticism right after the disastrous Oct. 4 show.
"I feel like it's pretty much a fairytale," she told People after the disastrous debut. "It's certainly more than I could have ever imagined, more than I'd ever hoped for."
Lohan said she'll study up next time and is already prepping for the next go-round of Paris shows.
"It's already in January," she told People. "I thought it was in March."
Lohan was named artistic director for the line just weeks before the shows in Paris in an effort to bring an "electric shock" to the brand, the company said in September.