Lindsay Lohan is being sued by a photographer for failing to pay him, reports TMZ.
The photographer, Scott Nathan, has previously sued Lohan’s clothing line ’6126′ for never paying him for his work, and now he’s suing again, claiming Lohan still hasn’t fulfilled her part of the settlement.
Nathan stated in the lawsuit, which settled for an undisclosed amount back in December, that ’6126′ was supposed to be making payments beginning in March.
Nathan was hired to shoot pictures of Lohan and was promised a 1% interest in the clothing line in return for his work, but he claims that never happened.
Now Nathan is asking a judge for an order to enforce the settlement.
A rep for Lohan told TMZ, “We don’t comment on any pending legal situations with third parties.”
This girl needs to get her act together. I mean, thank god it’s not alcohol or drug problems, but she needs to manage her finances a little better. If you want to run a successful business, you best start paying your staff.
Singing sisters Jessica and Ashlee Simpson are going to launch a tween clothing line, reports Billboard.
The line will be launched under the ‘Jessica Simpson Collection’ label and will include everything from sportswear to denim to fashion-forward pieces. The line will hit stores in the fall.
Jessica and Ashlee will reportedly serve as the collection’s co-creative directors.
“Creating a tween apparel collection was a natural extension for the brand. I’m excited to bring my sister, Ashlee, along as co-creative director of this division, because she brings a savvy rocker edge that defines today’s tweens,” Jessica told WWD.
Ashlee adds, “My goal as co-creative director will be to design clothes that will help inspire young girls to express their personalities and creativity through fashion.”
Scoff not at this idea, though. Jessica’s adult clothing line, titled ‘The Jessica Simpson Collection’ and features virtually anything from shoes to handbags, racked in a total of $750 million in 2010.
I think the line will do well, as all of Simpson’s clothing ventures do. I think she markets it right, prices it low, and creates items that appeal to a large demographic.
The duo debuted their line last week at department store Harvey Nichols, and their clothing will begin being sold on June 6, reports Perez Hilton.
The line, unlike many celeb clothing lines, seems to have a very good concept and look. It’s very her style, but it remains marketable to many other women. Some of the pieces are a little risky, like the red jumpsuit or ruffled black dress, but if that’s your kind of style, you can totally rock it.
Check out some images of the line below, and let us know what you think. Too hipster-cute, or just the right balance of fashion and fun?
Images thanks to the Telegraph.
Lily Allen is moving into the fashion business and partnering with her sister Sarah Owen. The new line will focus on vintage-inspired garments, according to a report this week in Women’s Wear Daily.
The line will be called Lucy in Disguise, which is also the name of the sisters’ vintage shop located in London’s Covent Garden district. The new collection was reportedly designed with a fictional clotheshorse, named Lucy, in mind.
“(Lucy’s) a time-traveling fashionista, who’s inviting you to explore her wardrobe,” Allen explained at a press conference. “It’s a great opportunity to play with the character.”
You can see a slideshow of the line here. What are your thoughts? Is it anything you would buy?
According to MuchMusic.com, the group has teamed up with Surface to Air, a Parisian fashion label, and are debuting a new line of clothing titled S2A x KOL.
The new line is composed of rock-inspired formal wear, leather jackets, accessories, jewelry and more.
For a glimpse of what to expect, check out Vogue.com.
S2A KOL is planned to launch this month.
Miley Cyrus has landed herself a deal with Wal-Mart for a clothing line produced with designer Max Azria (Hervé Léger, BCBG and Max Azria).
The “Miley Cyrus & Max Azria” label is set to include everything from pants to tops to graphic tees, shoes and accessories — all under $20 — according to E! Online.
Wal-Mart is also sponsoring Cyrus’ Live in Concert tour that kicks off in Portland Sept. 14, finishing in Miami after 45 stops.
Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher is stepping into the world of fashion with his own clothing line called Pretty Green.
Named after a song by The Jam, Pretty Green is described as an “up-front, straight talking, classic clothing range (with a) team made up of key industry professionals.”
The limited-edition line will include footwear, denim, knitwear, jackets, trench coats, parkas, t-shirts, hats, scarves and accessories, all subject to Gallagher’s final approval.