Nobody’s perfect, and even iconic supermodels like Naomi Campbell take a stumble every once in a while. One of the most famous runway falls occurred during the Vivienne Westwood Fall 1993 show, when Campbell toppled over in her insanely high heels. This collection won’t go down in history only for the fall, however—the tartan plaids and suits that were a part of this “Anglomania” would become Westwood’s legendary signature.
When celebrities branch out into fashion design, the results tend to fall into one of two camps: resounding successes—as seen with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s The Row and Victoria Beckham’s eponymous label—or huge flops. Lindsay Lohan’s brief stint as artistic advisor at Emanuel Ungaro certainly falls into the latter category. (There were sequined, heart-shaped pasties, people.) And the label’s Spring 2010 collection designed by Estrella Archs was unanimously deemed a disaster. Even though the beloved Giles Deacon has since taken the helm at the fashion house, Ungaro still hasn’t quite recovered.