Lindsay Lohan took to Instagram over the weekend, announcing plans for a new fashion line ... and it looks like it will include hijabs.

There are few details, but Lohan shared a black and white image of herself wearing a headscarf with the caption: "New Fashion Line coming soon."

Considering Lohan has been spending a good portion of her time in the Middle East, talking a lot about her interest in Islam and even said she was "racially profiled" at an airport for wearing a headscarf, it seems safe to assume that her new line would feature modest wear.

And of course, a lot of people are really excited

Lohan hasn't been shy about her interest in Islam

Rumors that the Mean Girls star had converted to Islam have been circulating since 2015, ever since she was spotted carrying a Quran. Although Lohan has said in recent interviews that she has not actually converted, she has said she finds "solace" in the religion. 

She's also spoken out against Islamophobia through her own personal experience. "I was just holding a religious book, but people in America didn’t like it, they judged me for it and were saying nasty things," the star said in a February TV interview in Kuwait

The star was also asked to remove her headscarf when she was returning to New York from a trip to Turkey. Talking about the incident later, she said she was "racially profiled" and expressed concern for Muslim women who would not have felt comfortable removing their hijab in a similar situation.  

Lohan has been spending a lot of time in Dubai and Turkey. Rumors circulated last year that she had relocated to the UAE semi-permanently. She has also spent a lot of time with refugees in Turkey, as well as hung out with the country's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his wife. 

The actress expressed concerns about returning to the U.S. in a February interview, referencing growing Islamophobia in the country and Trump's efforts to ban immigrants from several Muslim majority countries. 

"I was scared to come here with everything going on because of my personal beliefs," Lohan said. 

On International Women's Day last week, Lohan quoted Prophet Muhammad in an Instagram post

This isn't Lohan's first foray into fashion

In 2008, Lohan launched a line of leggings called 6126. In the wake of Haiti's devastating 2010 earthquake, she donated proceeds from her brand to aid relief in the country.

The star also briefly worked as the artistic director for designer Emanuel Ungaro. Additionally, she previously launched a sunless tanning spray called Sevin Nyne, which was a short-lived endeavor.