It’s not just the younger Kardashian sisters that seem to have been bitten by the modeling bug, E! Online justly points out: Ali Lohan, Lindsay’s sister, has just made her modeling debut for her sister’s collection.
Ali, 16, is pictured in the latest shots for Lindsay’s 6126 brand new collection, modeling anything from little black dresses for a night out on the town to see-through clubbing outfits.
Some items are so tiny and sheer that not few are the voices now asking online whether she’s not too young for this type of modeling.
Of course, whether that’s really so depends on who’s doing the judging – in all fairness, no one would have probably minded if a bona fide catwalk model of the same age would have worn the same exact outfits.
“Ali Lohan, Lindsay Lohan’s kid sis, is striking a [sultry] pose. The 16-year-old is the face (and body) of LiLo’s 6126 by Lindsay Lohan spring 2011 collection,” E! notes.
“The line – which includes skimpy lace dresses, plunging tops and signature leggings –was designed to be ‘fashion forward but also really comfortable and of high quality so that they maintain their fit and look all day and night,’ Lohan said in a statement,” the same report further notes.
This is not the first time that Ali comes under fire for something that she does or say, as we were also telling you
in October last year.
Back then, Frances Bean, Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love’s daughter, blasted Ali in an open letter for being an obnoxious brat with a sense of entitlement that was not justified by anything she’d done so far with her life.
“Your not entitled to anything simply because your sister has a recognizable name. Your idea of fame isn’t fame. It’s infamy. You want to be famous? Work your [expletive] off and make decisions that could potentially catapult your career into a lasting one,” Frances wrote.
“Notariety for who you are and notaritey [sic] for the work you produce are two completely differnt things. I understand that you have been brought up in an envirtoment where the idea of fame is easily achievable but, that’s not an excuse. You lack the talent, social understanding and credibility to be anything other then infamous,” she also wrote.
To this day, it is not know what prompted such a harsh public beating, but Frances herself said at the time she did not Ali – but was simply too outraged by her actions to keep quiet anymore.