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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Fashion Lines

Updated on July 22, 2015

Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen

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Mary-Kate and Ashley Fashion Lines...

Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen are two well known actors who starred together in many different movies and shows when they were children and teenagers. Some of these movies and shows include: "Full House", "New York Minute", "So Little Time", and "It Takes Two". Mary-Kate has starred in "Weeds" and "Beastly", but the two of them haven't acted in anything together in a decade.

Many people only know them for their acting roles, but did you know that now they are very successful business women and fashion designers? Mary-Kate and Ashley have both had strong senses for style and have each had very unique clothing looks throughout their lives. Mary-Kate has seemed to lean more toward tom boyish, boho chic type looks and Ashley has seemed to focus her style on more high fashion and feminine yet edgy pieces. It doesn't come as too much of a shock that they decided to pursue fashion as their life ambitions. The two sisters have created several fashion lines over the years since they have stopped starring in movies and shows together. Their fashion lines all seem to support duality and the ability to be both edgy yet feminine with style. They have contributed greatly to the fashion world with their designs and sense of style. Here is a list of their fashion lines as of today.

Real Fashion for Real Girls

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"Mary-Kate and Ashley: Real Fashion for Real Girls"

Mary-Kate and Ashley: Real Fashion for Real Girls was a clothing line the Olsens' started with Walmart back in the day. The clothing was aimed at girls sizes: 4-14. This line was available from the years 2000-2005. The line included: fashion, makeup, hair care, dolls, and perfume. The fashion in this line was girly and included print baby tees, floral or colored skirts, capris, bucket hats, colored glasses. Much of the fashion they wear in their movies was sold in this line. At present the only place you can find any of this line is at ebay or possibly amazon.

Mary-Kate and Ashley: Real Dolls for Real Girls

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Mary-Kate and Ashley Fashion for Real Girls

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Real Hair Care for Real Girls

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The Row

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"The Row"

The Row is a couture fashion brand the Olsens created in 2006. It's named after Saville Row in London. The brand includes clothing, eyewear, and handbags. The clothing in The Row are elegant and use light fabrics and leather. It's very serious fashion, the kind of line that is featured on runways and pops up in your Elle magazine as something you can only dream to obtain.

The Row

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"Elizabeth & James"

Their next luxury fashion line was created in 2007 and has the name: Elizabeth and James. They named it after their younger brother and sister. This fashion line has a combination of feminine and masculine themes to the style. The clothing is elegant, intense, dramatic, yet also flowy, and free spirited. The line aside from clothing also has eyewear, handbags, fragrance, and jewelry.

Elizabeth and James

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Elizabeth and James

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Olsenboye

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"Olsenboye"

Olsenboye is a more affordable line that the Olsens created with JcPenney. It encourages self expression and has a focus on being trendy. It's a line more aimed at young women or women. The line has fashion, bags, shoes, and accessories. The fashion in this line has some professional clothing and relaxed clothing. There's cute dresses, dress shirts, print pop tees, and the shoes are high style but fun. The clothing is very young and free.

Olsenboye

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Stylemint

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"StyleMint"

The Olsens also created Stylemint in 2011 to be a more affordable fashion tee line. The goal was to create tees for any woman for only $30. The line has since expanded to include intimate wear, shoe wear etc. The website for Stylemint allows you to create a style profile by selecting what you like the most and then it offers suggestions for products you may like from Stylemint. It's a very helpful website and any fashionista would love checking it out. The style on Stylemint has some high fashion items and some more low key looking items.

Stylemint

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Bik Bok Store

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"Mary-Kate and Ashley: Bik Bok"

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsens' newest fashion line is through the Swedish store Bik Bok. The line opened in 2013. The line offers clothing and accessories for fashion conscious girls. Much of the clothes are edgy, fresh, yet feminine like many of their other high fashion lines. They have stated in interviews that they are trying to aim this line specifically at Swedish young women and that they hope it will be received well in Sweden.

Bik Bok

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