Lindsay Lohan’s brand no longer on department store shelves
While Lindsay Lohan is being charged with a felony for stealing from a jewelry store, her own goods are being stripped from the shelves.
6126, Lindsay Lohan's fashion line—which now includes handbags and potentially footwear—will no longer be sold at retail locations such as Nordstrom, Henri Bendel and Neiman Marcus.
Kristi Kaylor, co-founder of the 6126 company, told the press that the move was intentional.
“Major department stores are not our business right now,” she told WWD. “We’re looking for retail partners to represent the entire collection.”
Although Kaylor did not say any retailers pulled out before the decision, WWD dug up some information indicating that 6126 isn't at as many locations as it boasts on its website.
The co-founder gave WWD a list of eight retailers, four in the United States. Three weren't carrying the line, one because it had closed its doors. WWD couldn't locate the other high-end boutiques she listed.
Kaylor did not address the company's potential troubles, but redirected the attention on her partner.
“Everybody wants to write a negative story about Lindsay right now, but the real story is that Lindsay is a very talented designer,” she told WWD. “The real story is that the brand is doing well. Sales have only increased.”