The actress will once again delve into fashion design with a new collaboration.

Lindsay Lohan is making her return to the world of fashion in a collaboration with UK fashion retailer Lavish Alice.

The actress made the announcement last week on social media when she shared a screen shot of herself modelling the collection with the caption:

"Sneak peak- @lavishalice #rankinStudios @thom.walker @jloganhorne @rankinphoto @larrykinghair more soon! Available in #June #MajorSituation #cantwaitanylonger #teamwork"

It's far from the Hollywood wild child's first foray into fashion; in 2008 Lohan launched the fashion line 6126 which began as a leggings line before expanding into a wider collection.

In 2009 Lohan was appointed the Artistic Advisor for French fashion house Emanuel Ungaro. Lohan worked alongside designer Estrella Archs and presented her debut collection for the house in October 2009 at Paris Fashion Week which was widely criticised. said of the collection:

"This quickly devolved into a bad joke of a fashion show, one with questionable color combinations, "bad eighties" draped silk jackets and drop-crotch pants, old-fashioned and ill-judged fur stoles, and, yes, tasteless sequin pasties. To top it off, the fabrics and the construction lacked the finesse you expect from a famous Avenue Montaigne brand."

While the New York Times compared Lohan's appointment to "a McDonald’s fry cook taking the reins of a three-star Michelin restaurant."

And Ungaro himself had this to say:

“I’m furious but there isn’t a thing I can do. I have absolutely no link with that house."

Collaborations with retailers are not an unusual move for celebrities, Lohan already has a range with American store PacSun, however this will be her first for a UK customer base.

The Lindsay Lohan x Lavish Alice collaboration is expected to land online next month.