Quote of the week

Lindsay Lohan in something inexplicableWith an actual illustration this time around, yet. Fug Girl Heather says of Lindsay Lohan’s dress here:

This is half of a cute dress, and half of what the witches wear in Macbeth On Ice.

Admittedly, this is supposed to be Contemporary Fashion, where occasionally fair is foul and foul is fair, but geez. Is this one of the pieces La Lohan designed for Emanuel Ungaro? I don’t remember it from the Spring 2010 collection — or it could be simply that the brain is trying to protect itself from damage. Your call. “At least this is not leggings,” says Heather.

(More photos of this same garb here. And is that a bruise on her leg?)







7 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    19 February 2010 · 4:53 pm

    Macbeth on Ice. HA!.

    (I’d actually be tempted to go see that….)

  2. McGehee »

    19 February 2010 · 8:35 pm

    Birnam Wood skating in formation — that alone would be worth the price of admission.

  3. Dick Stanley »

    20 February 2010 · 2:14 am

    It is a bruise. But I’m sure it was the shoes that brung you.

  4. CGHill »

    20 February 2010 · 10:06 am

    Actually, I’d seized on the quote before I ever noticed the shoes. (“Maybe not with this outfit,” Heather had said.)

    And I think of shoes as a means to an end: I can’t very well notice them without glancing at the legs to which they’re attached. (Yes, I know: pants. You can’t have everything.)

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