Lindsay Lohan: “Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful”

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Earlier this summer, Lindsay Lohan was spotted doing a photoshoot with a surfboard. Here we have our first look at the magazine shoot. Lindsay graces the latest cover of Lovecat Magazine (never heard of it).

On the heels of last night’s packed September launch party at Le Bain, we chatted with Lovecat editor Prince Chenoa about the newest issue (which features never-before-seen stills of Lindsay Lohan from Richard Phillips’ film), Ms. L herself, and all the usual things: sex, drugs, and Pinky and the Brain.

Tell us a little about your latest issue…
Prince Chenoa:This issue is our Sextember issue – we highlight different brands and bombshells – and it’s also our “fashion + film” issue, out for fashion week. We wanted to celebrate one of today’s most influential actresses, Lindsay Lohan. Lindsay is just amazing to work with. She was shot by famed painter Richard Phillips, and stars as “Lyndsy Lohan” in this issue.

Why the name change to “Lyndsy”?
We were looking to change the perception of Lindsay. By changing her name slightly, she became a fictional character who for the first time is seeing herself from the other side of the mirror. As a true film icon, she is unsure of where fiction and reality connect. She finds herself in a dreamlike state of mind. These pictures are never before published stills from the Richard Phillips film.

And who is Lovecat’s type of girl?
Sexy, fun – a classic bombshell beauty. Think a mix of Brigitte Bardot, Cindy Crawford, Pamela Anderson, and Rosie Huntington.

What are the ingredients of the Lovecat cocktail?
Sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll – with a touch of class.

The photographer who shot Lindsay for the magazine, also shot this magical short film. Enjoy.



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Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 at 9:09am
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September 28th, 2011 at 7:08 pm

A “true film icon”? Can that really be so when she has been unemployed for years on end and hasn’t had a hit for even more years and whose best known roles came in entertaing but very fluffy films like Mean Girls, Parent Trap and Herbie Fully Loaded?

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