The actress teases at a new sartorial project on her Instagram account…
It wouldn’t be her first foray into fashion design, but it looks like it might have a very different focus.
Mean Girls star Lindsay Lohan has revealed she’s launching a new clothing line, and judging by the picture she used to reveal it, it could be very region-appropriate.
The actress sported an embroidered hijab to announce her upcoming endeavour, leading many to believe it’ll feature modest pieces.
The image won the actress – who previously launched a leggings line back in 2008 – much praise from her fans, with many wishing her new business luck.
“This is a tremendous effort, keep the good work, make the fashion world a good place to stay,” wrote one fan.
The 30-year-old, who moved to Dubai last year, has worn the traditional headscarf several times in recent years, and claimed last month she was even stopped in an airport due to her hijab.
Despite her acknowledgment that she has studied the Quran and Arabic, Lohan is not a practicing Muslim.
“She has not converted [to Islam],” a representative for the actress told GossipCop.com in January.
But that’s not to mean she doesn’t share a deep affinity with the faith and the region – the star plans to spend much of the upcoming year volunteering at refugee camps in Turkey, and setting up her own production company right here in Dubai.
Her management team – who Lohan has been with for just a few months – says the actress is “in a period of renewal”.
The actress spoke out about the faith after she was photographed in 2015 carrying a copy of the Quran.
“My very close friends, who have been there for me a lot, in London are Saudi and they gave me the Quran and I brought it to New York because I was learning,” she revealed on Turkish TV show Haber Turk.
“It opened doors for me to experience spiritually, to find another true meaning. This is who I am.
“If this [Islam] is something that I want to learn, this is my own will.”