Lindsay Lohan’s 6126 Leggings Spring 2010 Ad + Look Book

Lindsay Lohans 6126 Leggings Spring 2010 Ad + Look Book

Back in October you’ve seen the first look at Lindsay Lohan’s 6126 Leggings spring 2010 ad campaign featuring Lindsay on a stripper pole wearing a pair of her cut-out leggings, here’s more of the campaign plus a look book. The ad campaign was photographed by Markus Klinko & Indrani in New York during fashion week. I must admit that there are a few pairs that I would wear, those half lace leggings in the picture above looks like a reversed version of the H&M pair I have. I’m sure by now you guys know me and leggings have a special bond haha. via FabSugar/Lindsay Lohan Source

Lindsay’s 6126 Leggings collection is currently available at Revolveclothing.com, 80sPurple.com, FreePeople.com, Nordstrom.com, Macys.com and Singer22.com.

Do you guys like the spring collection?

More pics after the jump…

Lindsay Lohans 6126 Leggings Spring 2010 Ad + Look Book

Lindsay Lohans 6126 Leggings Spring 2010 Ad + Look Book

Lindsay Lohans 6126 Leggings Spring 2010 Ad + Look Book

Lindsay Lohans 6126 Leggings Spring 2010 Ad + Look Book

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  1. I agree with you on the rose and embellished looking tights… the rest kind of bore me.

  2. They’re so nice!

  3. Nice stuff. The ones with the straps on the legs connected to “shorts” look ridiculous (the first non-Lindsay girl on the right). Who would wear that? Maybe the extremely avant garde type.

    The rest are decent.

  4. I like most of the leggings and the her boot cut jeans, if I were thinner down to what I would want to be is 125 pounds and atheletic Then I would really like the tights, thier nice, some would clain the pattren are an older idea, the only thing is they are, but they look a little more flexible to fit a person who wants to wear the pattren over and over again unlike other brands where you can but the same style and the will rip instantly with in a few wears , and last I think that was her point when she debueted with her ripped nylons at her exhibit.

  5. I like some of these but I feel like you can get these for less expensive other places. She needs to be a little more creative.

  6. Why would anyone want to buy overpriced leggings from a hollywood untalented mess? I dont get it. To each their own I guess.

  7. It’s funny how everything looks better when it’s not on Lindsay Lohan.

    These are okay, but they remind me of a hipster-ish extension of the Mary-Kate and Ashley/Miley Cyrus for Wal*Mart/Stuff by Hilary Duff. I don’t think there is much thought and innovation. Surprise.

  8. I totally agree with Annie Belle and her first argument – it looks so much better on that other girl, haha
    If I had the chance to, I’d probably get a pair…

  9. Lets figure out the calculation of LiLo’s career: Hollywood has abandon her + Fashion is laughing behind her back + Nightlife wants to f**k her then spoon feed her coke.

    Yeah…Memo to LiLo, stop phishing to be another Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol is in the grave.

  10. Hi Retrogurl, thank you for this interestig article. I really like Lindsay and her new legging collections is looking great. I like her style coz its fresh and funky! Isnt it? ;-)

  11. Awesome work, she is quite talented, and pretty when she is not in jail.

  12. all of the photos are of lindsay. she is just wearing a wig and dark make up in the later photos.

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