Here at the Fashionista HQ, our love for Lindsay Lohan burns eternal. Yes, the actress hit a rough patch a few years back, and then a few more rough patches — yes, she has struggled to reboot her once promising career — yes, yes. But we want so badly for her to come out on top, and you know what? She looked pretty damn great at the Moschino men's show on Monday in a little black (and white chained) dress by the label.
In fact, Lohan is a case study in how to style Jeremy Scott's oft-ridiculous designs. The relatively simple dress gave balance to the gold MOSCHINOs stamped across her heels and bag, and her accessories -- dark sunglasses and a vaguely tattoo necklace-ish choker -- looked pretty cool with her clean, undone updo. Speaking of, Lohan's hair color looks fantastic right now. As with Emma Stone: Red, always red.
Besides that, there's something perfect — and either sad or heartening, depending on your view of Lohan's progress in recent years — about a fallen pop culture icon getting in on Scott's oversaturated, junk food-laden vision for Moschino. In one of Scott's McDonald's-themed looks, it would have been too much. But by sticking with a more classic style, Lohan was able to give a nod to the chew-em-up-and-spit-em-out consumerism that Scott plays with, without getting eaten up by it.