There never seems to be a dull moment when it comes to Lindsay Lohan. The child star turned anti-role model seemed to be back on her feet at the recent amFAR “black” carpet, but true to form she shook things up later in the evening.
Lohan attended the event on February 6th in a Theia gown, a slinky, sparkly, beaded floor-length gown worth $1,750. She was minimally made up and looked happy and healthy. But then she did something to make the world wonder all over again just how “healthy” she is: she destroyed the gown.
Lohan’s close, equally troubled celebrity friend Charlie Sheen was the one who managed to snag the dress for her. He put in a call to celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch and even offered to split the price of the dress with her. She borrowed the dress instead. We’re betting Mr. Bloch isn’t too happy about the outcome.
After the amFAR event, Lohan went to a club. “She said that the dress had ripped—she couldn’t possibly wear it like that—so her stylist friend went to the club bouncer and requested some scissors to repair the torn part of the dress,” said Us Weekly.
The damage must have been bad, considering Lohan chopped off about half of the dress. “She turned it into a mullet! Only a fashiony person would do that,” said one source.
Indeed, fashion authorities have been known to make on-the-run alterations—but only when they own the piece in question. For example, Lauren Santo Domingo had her wedding gown sheared off right after her marriage to Andres Santo Domingo, mid-reception by the dress’s designer, Oliver Theyskens, who was a guest at the wedding.