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Lindsay Lohan could learn a thing or two from Hollywood veteran Lauren Hutton.

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LA-LA-LAND: Lindsay Lohan could learn a thing or two from Hollywood veteran Lauren Hutton — Interview editor in chief Christopher Bollen described Hutton as “someone who really understands that side of Hollywood, but one of those rare birds who’s gone her own route.” But during Hutton’s and Lohan’s conversation at the Chateau Marmont for Interview’s February issue, it was Hutton who seemed to gather new perspective. Lohan is the issue’s cover subject, despite the actress not having many projects in the works, save for daily spats with girlfriend Samantha Ronson. She was photographed by Mert Alas + Marcus Piggott for the magazine; Interviewmagazine.com will have behind the scenes from the shoot on the site Thursday.

Lohan revealed her frustration with her party-girl past haunting her future. “I have become this girl who just loves to be photographed, doesn’t know how to focus, doesn’t know how to work on set, just loves the attention, knows how to go out at night, knows how to party,” she vents. “I lived maybe six months out of my life like that, doing something wrong, and then I stopped. God forbid I should have ever learned my lesson.” She also said she’s hurt at not getting the same opportunities as her counterparts, like Scarlett Johansson, “because people are so distracted by the mess that I created in my life.” Surprisingly, Hutton sympathizes with Lohan, saying she was “hopeful” for her after the conversation, and gave Lohan props for showing up more prepared than herself. Hutton hadn’t eaten before their meeting, and then ordered a hot toddy at the hotel. “L.L. didn’t drink anything and she had already eaten,” Hutton wrote. “I’d say the 65-year-old me was whacked. I didn’t even have time to Google her.” — S.D.S.

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