Lindsay Lohan has confirmed she's left Emanuel Ungaro, ending weeks of speculation she had parted ways with the French fashion house.
Lindsay Lohan has confirmed she's left Emanuel Ungaro.
The 'Mean Girls' actress ended months of speculation about her future at the French fashion house - of which she was artistic advisor - by announcing she no longer works for them.
When asked why she wasn't at Ungaro's show at Paris Fashion Week, Lindsay replied: "Because I don't work for them anymore. There's legal things going on; I can't really discuss it."
Earlier this week, the brand's owner Asim Abdullah revealed Lindsay was "not involved" with the latest collection.
Last year, Ungaro's then CEO Mounir Moufarrige slammed rumours Lindsay was to be axed after her debut collection was a critical flop.
He said: "As we speak, she is in New York in shoots with Ungaro. The decision to appoint her was controversial, but then fashion is controversial anyway, and you need some novelties and you need to test some new ideas."
Lindsay - who has her own fashion line 6126 - has previously admitted being associated with her can have negative consequences.
The 23-year-old star said: "I'm the first to say that in certain situations, my name will cheapen things because that's what people have made of it."