Lindsay Lohan to front ethical clothing campaign
Lindsay Lohan has signed up to front an ethical-clothing initiative, which will take place in London's Covent Garden.
The party loving actress may be better known for her penchant for designer wares, but the campaign will see her pose in a selection of vintage pieces to publicise pop-up store, Visa Swap Shop.
Credit card company Visa has launched the scheme for a second year running, where people can go to the store with old clothing and swap them for points, which are put onto a Visa card.
The shop will then open for business on 19 July, when customers can return and spend their points on pieces that other people have donated.
Last year the campaign was fronted by Mischa Barton, with a store in London's Brompton Cross.
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