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The ‘Mean Girls’ actress – who currently has to wear a court-ordered alcohol monitoring SCRAM bracelet on her ankle – is planning to expand her 6126 fashion line to include accessories and wants to front the promotional campaign herself.
Richard Luna – an executive at The California Bag, who plan to license the range – told LA magazine: “We’re thinking of having police on hand so we can remove the ankle bracelet for the pictures.”
However, the bracelet could later be airbrushed out of the images.
Lindsay’s bags will retail for $200-$600 at Nordstrom in the US, while a less expensive line – entitled 7286 in honor of the actress’ birthday – will be sold in Macy’s.
It was recently reported that Lindsay has been working with Los Angeles clothing firm Ed Hardy on a range of handbags.
A source said: “Lindsay and the design team at Ed Hardy have mutual friends, and they knew she was interested in looking for a handbag license and partner. They thought she’d be a good fit and so did she.
“As of last week, there are three collections in development and numerous more are expected. Lindsay is very directly involved with the project, and she’s always pulling things online and from magazines for ideas.”
In 2007, Lindsay fronted a Jill Stuart handbags campaign, following the success of a Dooney and Bourke one in 2004.