Meet Ali Lohan: Lindsay Lohan’s model sister

Having a famous (or infamous) sibling is the kind of double-edged sword that opens doors and lowers expectations all at the same time; spurring some people to lazily ride on the coat-tails of their famed relatives and others to work six times as hard to prove they’re doing exactly the opposite. The little sisters and daughters and cousins of Hollywood are the ones who have much to prove.

Ali Lohan has the toughness of her older sister Lindsay, only with added height and minus the global notoriety. Photographer Jesse Untracht-Oakner (juophoto.com) saw her portfolio and “thought she would be a perfect edgy, sexy, tough girl”, deciding to let her natural persona shine through in a shoot for Relapse magazine.

Ali Lohan model

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Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine
Ali Lohan by Jesse Untracht-Oakner for Relapse Magazine

And where better for an edgy, sexy, tough girl to hang out than on a city rooftop? Styling by Brandy Joy Smith is a collision of effortlessness, grunge, and glamour; hair by Lizzie Anderson (messy, eye-dusting bags and sleepy waves) and makeup by Alexandrea Kwiatkowski perfectly compliment the tough-yet-beautiful vision captured by Untracht-Oakner’s lens.

A love of playing dress-ups, traveling and new experiences is what made Ali Lohan want to become a model, and it’s that adventurous spirit that Untracht-Oakner managed to extract in each shot. You can check out the full editorial for Relapse (relapsemag.com) by clicking on the gallery.

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