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Lindsay Lohan Places Ungaro Blame Elsewhere

Lindsay Lohan and designer Estrella ArchsI hate

love to say it: everyone told you so, Ungaro.

Critics did not bide well with the House of Emanuel Ungaro’s Spring/Summer ‘10 collection, which debuted at Paris Fashion Week. All eyes, naturally, were glaring at the much-buzzed about celebrity advisor Lindsay Lohan, and she wasn’t willing to take the hits without a fight.

The first of her many excuses was “coming in so late and having not that much time to do a whole collection.” As if she didn’t revel in the positive, hopeful stories on her exciting appointment—accepting the offer so last minute wasn’t exactly something the currently-blonde actress thought out.

She also claims to have no idea about those infamous nipple tassels: “I wasn’t aware of the nipple tassels on the girls until they were walking out.” Surely she must have been intoxicated during that meeting.

The best explanation was her inexperience card, which she actually believed to be legitimate, stating that she’s “still learning.” Shouldn’t someone be firing her already? There’s a reason why people aren’t employing her in films, people.

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Karl Lagerfeld’s Opinions on Paris Fashion Week

Karl Lagerfeld

thinks only “impressive” shows should be staged at Paris Fashion Week.

The legendary designer - who showed his eponymous label’s Spring/Summer 2010 collection at the event as well as that of Chanel, where he is creative director - claims uninspiring shows have no place at the French capital’s event.

In an interview with singer for Elle.com, Karl said: “I think there are great people and collections here, like Lanvin. For me, it’s important that there are a lot of impressive collections at Paris because otherwise it’s not worth coming. There has to be exciting people and exciting shows here or else it all falls flat.”

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Quote of the Day: Alexander McQueen on Paris Fashion Week

Alexander McQueen contemplates taking over the world

“Really, what I’m aiming for is world domination!”
- Fashion designer Alexander McQueen on his plans for his Spring/Summer ‘10 collection, debuting at Paris Fashion Week on October 6.

(Make sure to check out other notable quotes.)

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Lindsay Lohan Worries Over New Ungaro Position

Lindsay Lohan worries over her new position at Ungaro

Lindsay Lohan is “nervous” about the upcoming House of Emanuel Ungaro fashion show.

The 23-year-old star, who was unveiled as the French fashion house’s artistic advisor earlier this week, can’t wait for the Paris Fashion Week show, but is anxious about how the clothes will be received.

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