Lindsay Lohan is now being accused of copying two other designers for her leggings and clothing line called 6126.
Black Milk clothing designer James Lillis recently blogged about the similarities between his designs and those of Lohan who has recently announced she is expanding to a full clothing line.
Liliis posted a sketch of the Lohan "Diamond" leggings alongside his own "Sheer Spartans," and stated both have sheer panel cutouts midthigh.
He said, "Caught a sneak peek at the new stuff from Lindsay Lohan's brand 6126? No way? Sucks to be me!!!"
Fashionista.com also recently noted a major similarity between Lohan's "Deserve" dress from the 6126 line and the designer Jen Kao's "geometrically patterned dress from her spring collection" – which Lohan wore last year
Kao told Woman's Wear Daily, "While we are all well aware that being 'mimicked' or 'copied' has always existed in this industry, I think the evolution of it all has grown to an alarming level. It's a shame to support the concept of taking advantage of designers who are still trying to develop a name and solidify the image of their design aesthetic."
However, 6126 president Kristi Taylor told WWD the allegations have "absolutely no merit or validity whatsoever." She claimed that their allegations were merely based on pencil sketches that do not describe fabric content.
Forget the blarney! What it actually costs to live in Ireland