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Lindsay Lohan borrows designer gown, destroys it, then returns it

The actress ruins a borrowed dress by hemming it herself.

By Kim Anne Feb 22, 2013 6:49PM
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Actress Lindsay Lohan seemed to look as if she were finally growing up when she made an appearance at the amfAR Gala on Feb. 6, wearing a sophisticated and pretty beaded gown by designer Theia.

But in typical Lohan style, the evening didn’t go down without a few mishaps. In this case, a strange fashion mishap.

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According to Us Weekly, the star began the evening wearing a floor-length beaded gown (which, by the way, she had borrowed, not purchased, and which was valued at $1,750), but by the time she returned the dress, it was half its original length. 

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"She said that the dress had ripped [at a club after the fundraiser] -- 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," a source told the magazine. "But what bouncer has scissors? She turned it into a mullet! Only a fashiony person would do that! " said the source. "She's out of control and behaving really badly."

Tell us: What do you think happened to the dress?

Bing: Lindsay Lohan

 

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Feb 24, 2013 11:29PM
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Mlenny Photography/Getty Images

Actress Lindsay Lohan seemed to look as if she were finally growing up when she made an appearance at the amfAR Gala on Feb. 6, wearing a sophisticated and pretty beaded gown by designer Theia.

But in typical Lohan style, the evening didn’t go down without a few mishaps. In this case, a strange fashion mishap.

More from Living: 25 most provocative fashion & beauty products

According to Us Weekly, the star began the evening wearing a floor-length beaded gown (which, by the way, she had borrowed, not purchased, and which was valued at $1,750), but by the time she returned the dress, it was half its original length. 

More from Living: 21 style don’ts to live by




Photo: Mlenny Photography/Getty Images
"She said that the dress had ripped [at a club after the fundraiser] -- 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," a source told the magazine. "But what bouncer has scissors? She turned it into a mullet! Only a fashiony person would do that! " said the source. "She's out of control and behaving really badly."

Tell us: What do you think happened to the dress?

Bing: Lindsay Lohan

 

Photo: Mlenny Photography/Getty Images




















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Ralph Lauren Hires First Plus-Size Model
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Feb 24, 2013 3:07PM
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Mlenny Photography/Getty Images

Actress Lindsay Lohan seemed to look as if she were finally growing up when she made an appearance at the amfAR Gala on Feb. 6, wearing a sophisticated and pretty beaded gown by designer Theia.

But in typical Lohan style, the evening didn’t go down without a few mishaps. In this case, a strange fashion mishap.

More from Living: 25 most provocative fashion & beauty products

According to Us Weekly, the star began the evening wearing a floor-length beaded gown (which, by the way, she had borrowed, not purchased, and which was valued at $1,750), but by the time she returned the dress, it was half its original length. 

More from Living: 21 style don’ts to live by




Photo: Mlenny Photography/Getty Images
"She said that the dress had ripped [at a club after the fundraiser] -- 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," a source told the magazine. "But what bouncer has scissors? She turned it into a mullet! Only a fashiony person would do that! " said the source. "She's out of control and behaving really badly."

Tell us: What do you think happened to the dress?

Bing: Lindsay Lohan

 

Photo: Mlenny Photography/Getty Images




















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The 18 cities with the prettiest people
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