Lindsay Lohan Models Elizabeth Taylor Costumes For ‘Liz and Dick’ Biopic

When we first heard that Hollywood bad girl Lindsay Lohan is due to play Elizabeth Taylor in a TV biopic, we weren’t 100% sold. That is, until we remembered the shoot that Karl Lagerfeld styled and directed of LiLo back in June 2006 for Interview magazine. The photoshoot saw the starlet posing in a black hair wig and pastel blue fitted dress accessorised with diamonds (what else?) and a skinny cigarette.

Lindsay Lohan Models Elizabeth Taylor Costumes For ‘Liz and Dick’ Biopic Lindsay Lohan Models Elizabeth Taylor Costumes For ‘Liz and Dick’ Biopic

To convince us further, we FINALLY have a glimpse of the wardrobe for ‘Liz and Dick’ as photos of Lindsay Lohan casually modelling two outfits from the upcoming film have been released. Hurrah! Imagine LiLo with her red locks dyed dark and sporting a red lippy and we're almost there! The role will be Lindsay Lohan's first since 2009’s ‘Labor Pains’ (remember that? Nope, us neither) and judging from these photos, the fashion is going to be '50s-tastic.

Lindsay Lohan Models Elizabeth Taylor Costumes For ‘Liz and Dick’ Biopic

We’re loving the emerald green dress teamed with pastel pink + blue kitten heels that Lindsay models with her hair scraped back and minimal make-up, but it’s the scarlet velvet red dress that reminds us of the iconic actress the most. The petite LiLo gives her best Liz Taylor-inspired pout as she poses for the wardrobe fitting, but look carefully and you'll see an entire wardrobe rail and rack of shoes behind her. WOW! We're talking retro underwear, kimonos and long, flowy gowns that are just waiting to be iced with diamonds. 

Be still our beating hearts, we have another fashionable biopic to look forward to...



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