Lindsay Lohan Breaks Down 18 Looks From 1998 to Now | Life in Looks | Vogue

Lindsay Lohan Breaks Down 18 Looks From 1998 to Now | Life in Looks | Vogue

In this edition of Life in Looks, Lindsay Lohan walks Vogue through her personal style over the years. From gracing the “Parent Trap” red carpet in a lovely Nicole Miller dress to her iconic fashion moments from “Freaky Friday” and “Mean Girls,” watch and hear Lindsay’s backstories behind some of the most famous looks from the 2000s.

Director: Alexandra Gavillet
Producer: Gabrielle Reich
Director of Photography: Steven Mastorelli
Editor: Michael Suyeda
AC: Mike Ciecierski
Gaffer: Chris Wiesehahn
Audio: Gabe Quiroga
Associate Producers: Madison Coffey, Krissy Engelson
Covid Supervisor: Heather Drew
Set Designer:Jacob Burstein
Set Designer Assistant: Michael Newton
Line Producer: Tina Magnuson
Production Manager: Emma Roberts
Production Coordinator: Kit Fogarty
Post Production Supervisor: Marco Glinbizzi
Post Production Coordinator: Andrea Farr
Hair Stylist: Danielle Priano
Makeup Artist: Kristofer Buckle
Entertainment Director, Vogue: Sergio Kletnoy
VP, Digital Video Programming and Development, Vogue (English Language): Joe Pickard
Director, Creative Development, Vogue: Anna Page Nadin
Manager, Creative Development, Vogue: Alexandra Gurvitch
Senior Director, Programming, American Vogue: Linda Gittleson
Director of Content, Vogue: Rahel Gebreyes
Filmed at: The New York EDITION

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45 Responses

  1. Lana Blakely says:

    No matter how old I get (and how old she gets) watching Lindsay takes me straight back to my childhood. A legend

  2. David Allegre says:

    I adore Lindsay. I’m so glad to see how the industry is finally recognizing her as the ICON she is. It melts my heart when good things happen to her and I’m excited to see this new era of hers.

  3. Amelie Mews says:

    She seems so calm, grateful, wise, happy and healthy. 💕✨ Love this new phase of her.

  4. Serena Baney says:

    I had no idea she was this dedicated to her characters and was allowed input. Nail polish seems so small but it really shows that she cared about the details.

  5. Yoga with Kassandra says:

    She looks HAPPY and well! Love to see it. I hope we get to see her in some tv or movie roles because she’s a great actress. Time for her comeback!

  6. James Paddick says:

    I’m convinced that Lindsay still has an Oscar-winning performance in her. I really hope it happens one day. She’s incredibly talented and her private life just overshadowed that unfortunately.

  7. Jessie Maya says:

    I’m soooo happy for this legend for being in this place in het life!

  8. Maria Fernanda Gonzalez says:

    Watching all these girls now makes me feel heartbroken, everyone abused them so much. Media, paparazzis, us. They certainly didn’t deserve it. I am glad to see how she flourished.

    • ♡ Bloxyburg ♡ says:

      paparazzis or whatever you spell it suck. i only like the ones that respect your privacy

    • muadhnate says:

      Same. Like I’m ridiculously happy that Britney, Paris and Lindsey are doing so much better right now.

    • Life says:

      100%! Like all the tween stars back then that I grew up watching and adored. Seeing how the media treated them was so sad. I remember seeing Lindsay, Nicole Richie, Hilary Duff, Mischa Barton, Amanda Bynes at their peak, and then watching media completely bash them down. I know Oprah was tryna “help” Lindsay as well, but I just never felt that Oprah actually cared for her? I’m glad these girls took a step back and they are now happy and healthy.

    • Katherine Meara says:

      Britney, Paris, and Lindsay really suffered unfairly. We all treated them like garbage for no other reason than to feel superior.

  9. Mister Peabody says:

    I’m glad she’s overcome her demons. The 2000s was a scary weird time for her and seeing her now glowing is beautiful. ❤️✨😃

  10. Talia Sainclair says:

    For some reason the fact that she still has that gorgeous red hair makes me really happy ❤️ What an icon 😍

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