They're actually from a collaboration between the brand and Oliver Peoples, and we love the chunky arms and flattering round frames. Spring is the perfect time to choose the sunglasses you'll be wearing all summer, plus of course a true star rocks shades whatever the weather so why wait?
While other stars from the show have also separated themselves from the Tanner family in a variety of ways, none of them have been so successful at distancing themselves from fashion moguls, have since opted for feigned anonymity, posing for the occasional red carpet photograph but otherwise choosing to keep their lives as private as possible. As long as we're happy and we're making decisions for ourselves [that] we don't feel bad about or guilty, and even if it was, it would be for me to decide, or Ash to decide.""It kind of just comes with the territory and I guess you just kind of have to accept it," added Ashley during the joint sit-down.
Moreover, they had to learn how to do so early on because privacy has been an issue they've been grappling with, literally, since childhood."Everyone's looking for a good story—we don't read the good, we don't read the bad," a then 17-year-old Mary-Kate, who would quietly enter treatment for an eating disorder two months later, told E! "A lot of the time I get flustered if I see someone taking my picture or being followed—yeah, it's scary sometimes, but you just kind of have to know what's going to happen, and that's not going to really change."Ashley was right about the nature of the media not changing, so she and Mary-Kate had to buck the system themselves.
Not only did they persist in leading private lives on their own terms, they did so while amassing a fortune, building multiple brands and becoming forces to be reckoned with in the fashion industry.
In doing so they've epitomized how not to be a modern-day celebrity.
" Mary-Kate said, turning to Ashley."Listen, I used to be in the entertainment industry.
The 27-year-old Olsen twins clearly don’t mind a large age difference when it comes to the men they date.
John Korioth, who heads Armstrong’s Livestrong Foundation, supposedly “warned the 36-year-old father of three that his May-December romance could damage his cancer work.” Korioth reportedly told Armstrong that it was a bad idea to date Olsen, who was only 21 going on 22, and to put a stop to the May-December relationship right away.
Armstrong ignored the dating advice at first, but the celebrity couple, not surprisingly, did split shortly after that first steamy date.
They have shunned social media, they don't slap their image on the products they sell and when they launched The Row, in 2006, they actually tried to play down their association with the luxurious brand—which famously sprang from the twins' quest to create the perfect T-shirt.
Ultimately it was the clothes that did the talking, with the twins sharing the honor for top womenswear designers of the year at the 2012 Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards."I'd like to thank you...you!
The two have remained friends and even went out to lunch together as recently as March 12 in NYC's Chinatown.