Fashion critics rip Lindsay Lohan's Ungaro collection to shreds!

ActressLi_Domin_58555477_600-1 Lindsay Lohan and Spanish designer Estrella Archs showed off their new hot mess of a Spring 2010 Ungaro collection today in Paris.

And the Fashion World's Mean Girls could simply not stop ragging on how bad it was. 

One Twitter trendoid was appalled at the lack of gowns.

Another from WSJ tweeted that the clothes featured "hearts on butts." Oh, dear. Always a mistake.

And then there were the heart-shaped pasties. ...

'It's not good to show your nipples, so they should be covered,' Lohan wisely told Reuters, referring to the omnipresent heart-shaped pasties. This did not explain why some models wore larger versions of the heart-shaped pasties on their foreheads.

WWD -- still known as the Bible of the Fashion World -- called the collection "an "embarrassment," among other things.

" As for the clothes, they looked cheesy and dated, as has often been the case chez Ungaro during the post-Emanuel revolving door of designers. Hot pink, orange and flashy, with an overworked heart motif relentless in its execution, the collection displayed none of the promised younger side Lohan was supposed to deliver. Nor in a million years would one guess that the lineup was designed by one young woman and "creative directed" by another. Glitter heart pasties all around, ladies?"

Backstage, Lindsay admitted the brightly colored collection was a rush job.

Keep reading to see some of the .... designs.