Fashion critics may have slammed Lindsay Lohan's clothing collection as an ‘embarrasment’, but it has been hailed as a commercial success.
The Mean Girls star created a line for French fashion house Emanuel Ungaro, but her designs were mauled by the critics when they hit the runway in September.
The company's founder Emanuel Ungaro, who is no longer involved with the firm, also slammed Lohan's designs, branding the show a disaster.
However, bosses at the fashion house supported the actress, insisting she will return to design another collection for the brand. Company president Mounir Moufarrige said that Lohan’s designs have been flying off the shop shelves.
"Yes (she's staying on), she has a job to do. The criticism was harsh. I am sure we can do better in the collection, to be honest. But it did sell well," the Daily star quoted him as telling a foreign new agency.