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Lindsay Lohan may be in indefinite rehab, but that doesn't mean she's stopped working. In fact, Radar Online reports that the troubled starlet has been overseeing production of her handbag line 6126 from behind sobriety's walls. They spoke to Lohan's co-designer Paz Shakked:"The line—which has looks spanning from evening bags to everyday looks for the working woman or girl on the go - will retail from about $100 to $145 on average. The concept is that it is affordable for the average American girl. So we have different collections so you can find exactly what you want," Paz told "It is very beautiful." []