Lindsay Lohan sparks rumours that she's converted to Islam after wearing hijab to London Fashion Week
Lindsay Lohan's choice of clothing at the London Modest Fashion Week has had fans confused. Many think she's converted to Islam after she wore a hijab to the fashion show.
Lindsay Lohan looked every bit stunning when she turned up at London Modest Fashion Week on Sunday, February 18. The Hollywood star wore a black leather figure-hugging dress and complimented it with a black cap and a hijab. Lindsay's choice of clothing for designer Zeynep Kartal's AW18 collection sparked rumors that she may have converted to Islam.
These rumors surfaced once again after the 31-year-old deleted all of her Instagram posts and wrote, "Salam Aleikum," which means, "And unto you peace" in her bio on January 28, 2018. Although she's not wearing a headscarf in her current pictures on Instagram, the actress's belief in the faith and her decision to wear a hijab has left many wondering if she's changed her faith.
To be sure, the headscarf could be a nod to the designer's recent collection, which celebrated abayas, hijabs and long hemlines, according to The Independent. However, Lindsay seems to have taken an interest in Islam in the past few years.
According to Daily Mail, the Parent Trap star was seen holding the Quran while doing community service in America in 2015. Lindsay, who is baptized as Catholic, was also seen wearing halal makeup at the fashion show. Hawa cosmetics, a beauty brand, that had a kiosk at the fashion show, uploaded a picture of the actress and captioned it, "As if Lindsay Lohan came over to say hello to Team Hawa! She was so lovely and was saying how she’s into halal cosmetics and what she’s actually wearing on her face today was all halal! Well, all I can say is if it’s good enough for Lindsay Lohan, (girl, what are you) all waiting for?"
Lindsay's representatives haven't confirmed if she's formally converted to Islam. However, Lindsay said on the Turkish talk show Haber Turk in 2016 that she tried to live the "Muslim Way" by fasting during Ramadan. "I did Ramadan for three days with my friend from Kuwait. It was hard but it was good. It felt good," she said.
The Mean Girls actress believes Islam has helped her find spirituality and another "true meaning," and added, "That's who I am."
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