Here it is! Lindsay Lohan’s, er, hotly anticipated campaign for German label Philipp Plein just dropped. You’ll recall that back in September during Milan’s fashion week, she was snapped behind-the-scenes at the campaign shoot at Lake Como. Philipp Plein had no shortage of superlatives for Lohan and the collection. Here’s a sampling: “magnetic charm,” “irresistibly Read more →
Last week, Lindsay Lohan was named the face of young German designer Philipp Plein‘s spring 2012 campaign. And this week Lohan really threw herself into her “face” duties, sitting front row at Plein’s Milan show, hanging out with the designer all around town, and even wrapping the Spring 2012 campaign shoot.
Thankfully, the campaign (which we saw in progress on JustJared) is far classier than we first feared. Shot in Como on what looks like a diving board, Lohan proved her modeling skills, posing artfully in a red-and-white outfit (American flag bag included) while scaling a ladder in scary-high stilettos. She also donned a pretty floor-length gown in the shoot. Overall, we have to say, Lindsay looked well…nice: She smiled, laughed and looked generally happy and more put together than usual. Plus, it’s nice to see the girl in something that covers more than her upper thigh.
Lindsay Lohan’s had a rough go of it. No question about it. And after all her legal troubles, drug and alcohol problems and terrible collagen injections, what the girl really needs is a comeback. I mean, hey, Britney did it right?
Well, we’re happy to report Lindsay is really trying. Case in point: The troubled star has agreed to be the face of young German designer Philipp Plein’s new spring 2012 campaign. Don’t worry, we hadn’t heard of him until now either. Remember, this is the girl who used to star in Miu Miu campaigns, for god’s sake.
No word yet on how the campaign will be styled, though in a press release Plein assures us, “Lindsay is a beautiful, highly acclaimed actress and model. We will be able to create unique images: Refined and luxurious, but also full of sensuality.”