Lindsay Lohan peddles Fornarina

Saturday, January 10th 2009, 11:36 AM

Courtesy of Fornarina

Lindsay Lohan strikes a sultry pose in support of Italian fashion label Fornarina.

Lindsay Lohan is not only modeling her own clothes -- err, leggings -- she's also pimping Italian clothing and lifestyle brand for young women, Fornarina.

After being named the face of Fornarina back in May 2008, the Italian clothing company recently unveiled its Spring/Summer '09 campaign -- with a sultry Lohan posing in casual urban streetwear atop a Los Angeles landscape.

Fornarina calls Lohan “the Hollywood celebrity testimonial of the brand. Young, beautiful, eclectic, with great talent and a great personality, Lindsay Lohan immediately appeared as one of the few in the show-biz able to represent the glamorous style of Fornarina."

Lohan has been the face of Jill Stuart, Miu Miu and Dooney and Bourke.

Fornarina's U.S. locations include Los Angeles and Las Vegas. According to, Fornarina is looking to set up shop in Manhattan.






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