Lindsay Lohan is one proud big sis!
The actress flew across the Atlantic Ocean to cheer on her model siblings as they strutted down the runway during Christian Siriano’s fashion show in New York City.
Lohan made a rare public appearance in the audience as she watched sister Ali, 29, and brother Cody, 26, grace the catwalk to mark the start of New York Fashion Week.
And Lindsay, who lives in Dubai with her husband Bader Shammas, made sure that nothing would get in her way to be there for her siblings.
The “Mean Girls” star, 36, looked incredible in a silk flowy blouse and cape-like shrug which she teamed up with a pair of wide-legged silky bottoms.
The outfit, which seemed to match perfectly with her fiery locks, was designed by Siriano himself.
Lindsay was all smiles as she posed for snaps with her siblings, as well as her mom Dina Lohan, 60, who was also there to support her kids on the runway.
Lindsay enjoyed the show from the front row — rubbing shoulders with “10 Things I Hate About You” actress Julia Stiles and “Abbott Elementary” star Quinta Brunson.
The actress couldn’t help but document everything on her Instagram, posting clips and snaps of Ali and Cody hitting the runway, as well as a glam selfie.
The three siblings stole Siriano for a quick chat during the big night, as well as the designer’s longtime partner, Kyle Smith.
While Lindsay doesn’t appear in the public eye often these days, she still makes sure to support Ali and Cody from the sidelines whenever she can.
In December, she took to social media to gush over her sister, calling her “a best friend” and an “incredible woman” in a heartfelt birthday tribute.
“I am so proud of you for following your dreams and making your music,” Lindsay wrote in part. “You have one of the biggest hearts of anyone I know and you’re such a kind human being.”
Fashion’s hottest week is set to see designers showcase their Fall-Winter collections for 2023, with some of the most famous supermodels taking to the star-studded runway.
NYFW officially kicks off Friday and will continue through February 15.