Lindsay Lohan has partnered with Civil Clothing for a new menswear line called “My Addiction.”
The 28-year-old actress has had a well-documented public battle with alcohol and drug abuse in recent years and now plans to use her troubled past as a muse for the collection.
Lohan has reportedly spent around 250 days in five different rehab facilities since 2007. The string of incidents involving drugs and alcohol has had the star constantly under fire for violating terms of her probation.
PacSun, who will be selling the line exclusively, offered a sneak peek into the collection earlier this week on Twitter.
“Peep the @civilclothing x @lindsaylohan men’s collection landing exclusively online 12/5 + in #pacsun stores 12/12,” they said.
According to TMZ, the fashion line will start at $29.95 and includes socks, shirts, and beanies.
This isn’t LiLo’s first venture into the fashion world. The star launched a line of leggings back in 2008, which were inspired by her idol, Marilyn Monroe.
In 2013, EOnline reported that Lohan was sued for $5 million by clothing manufacturer DNAM after they claimed her tarnished reputation caused customers to cancel orders and appointments with their stores.
The lawsuit alleged that Lohan was in rehab at the time and was unable to provide feedback or endorse the clothing line.
Despite the lawsuit over the line of leggings, Lohan seems excited about the launch of her new addiction-themed clothing line and to be engaging with male shoppers.
“Its here: #CIVILXLOHAN @ Pacsun stores NOW! #civilregime @civilclothing @pacsun,” she said.