On Monday, Oct. 13, the Cinema Society hosted a screening of Filth and Wisdom, a comedy about three roommates living together in London directed by Madonna that opens in the U.S. on Friday.
Madonna arrived in a long-sleeved black dress, her blond hair carefully crimped, at the screening attended by guests like Taylor Momsen, Erin Wasson, Ed Westwick, Jason Biggs, Marc Jacobs, Liev Shreiber, Naomi Watts, Ann Dexter-Jones and Charlotte Ronson.
Also present was Lindsay Lohan, who yesterday also launched her new leggings line 6126 at Henri Bendel (though she’d removed the sort of cobwebby leggings she’d worn earlier that evening). But the actress seemed to have by accident–or perhaps on purpose–styled her hair in the exact same way as Madonna. Ms. Lohan’s locks, several inches longer and a couple shades darker, fell down her back, styled by what seemed like the same crimping iron as the Madonna had used, making the two women seem like a younger and an older version of one another.
With her Marilyn Monroe shoots, deliberately ambiguous sexuality, and taste for sensationalism—remember the knives?—Ms. Lohan seems to be turning into a younger Madonna. Perhaps after her crazy youth, Ms. Lohan will move to London and make derogatory comments about American media and the way downtown New York used to be.