Lindsay Lohan

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Who (besides movie critics) says Lindsay Lohan doesn't have a leg to stand on these days?!

It's already waiting-list-only for slim-stemmed fashionistas looking to get their hands on a pair of the starlet's signature leggings, which after debuting in-store and on an L.A. boutique's website exactly one week ago have already sold out.

"The collection is blowing out, we were so overwhelmed by the reaction," Jaye Hersh, owner of Intuition on Pico Boulevard, told E! News Friday. "We have launched other celebrity collections here, and this one is just flying through the door."

"We launched Lauren Conrad’s collection, we’ve had Mandy Moore, we’ve had various different celebrity lines, but this one really seems to be hitting home."

Lohan and design partner Kristi Kaylor's 6126 collection (an homage to Marilyn Monroe's birthday) features four styles of cilngy legwear, including one with built-in kneepads—cheekily called Mr. President—in case your next '80s night turns especially raucous.

Noting the ease with which leggings fit right into that California-casual look, Hersh said, "Everybody loves to wear leggings, and everybody wants a piece of Hollywood. Lindsay is Hollywood."

She also steered us away from Mr. President's JFK connotation, but...who's she trying to fool?

"I think that these were actually inspired by Lindsay’s love of Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld," the shop owner said. “This is more about a theme and a trend for fall, which is all about quilting."

"I think Lindsay chose Intuition because she’s all about empowering women...Intuition is women-run, 6126 is women-run and it’s all about sticking together."

A concept Ms. Lohan is most definitely all about these days.

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