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From Milan to Paris, Lindsay Lohan Shakes Up Europe

LohanUngaroLindsay Lohan’s debut as a fashion advisor to Ungaro was widely panned and even Emanuel Ungaro thought it was a “disaster,” but the fashion house is sticking by her, according to Ungaro CEO Mounir Moufarrige.

Meanwhile, the “Mean Girls” actress was setting Paris on its ear by posing topless in French magazine Purple.

Gucci photographer Terry Richardson snapped LiLo simulating sex with both a man and woman. Move over Adam Lambert.

Lindsay, 23, previously turned down a $700,000 offer to appear topless in Playboy magazine. But she’s not afraid to go bare in front of the camera. She posed nude for New York magazine in a recreation of one of Marilyn Monroe’s famous photo spreads.

Back in Milan it was thumbs up for Lindsay. “Yes (she’s staying on), she has a job to do,” Moufarrige told Reuters at the Milan Fashion Global Fashion Summit.

Moufarrige is known for shaking up the industry. He bagged Karl Lagerfeld and replaced him with Stella McCartney, daughter of ex-Beatle, Paul McCartney, while leading Chloe.

Lohan’s designs are selling well but not as much as expected, Moufarrige said. They were presented at Paris fashion week in October. Lohan looked like Donatella Versace incarnate with her bleached blonde hair and puffed up lips.

Lohan principally feeds ideas to chief designer Estrella Archs. Her line featured super-short pink dresses and blazers worn over bare skin.

She sparked a paparazzi frenzy at the Louvre museum in Paris that was only matched by the ferocity of the critics, who savaged her stripper-inspired designs.

Lindsay returned to her Long Island home today (Nov. 26) for Thanksgiving dinner with her family. One can only wonder what the dinner table conversation was like. Momager Dina, and sister Ali chowed down, without father Michael Lohan.

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