Well, looks like Michelle Tanner is off the market for good. According to Page Six, child actor/fashion designer Mary-Kate Olsen...
The lame jokes, the lessons learned after every episode, observing John Stamos' natural progression into getting better looking by the damn day (Seriously, he made a deal with the devil.)--all of these things are why it's such a great show, but Michelle Tanner will always be the best character, and here is why.
Would you pay $55K, you know more than your college tuition, for this Mary-Kate Olsen backpack made of crocodile and decorated with prescription pills? Normally, you would want to keep your drugs hidden inside your backpack, but I suppose when you can afford something as stupid as this for such an inflated price the world grants you many privileges us normal folk shall never receive
So for THEIR 26th birthday, we give YOU 26 things you may not know about them.
Recently, we discovered the site Celebrity New Worth, which allows you to search any celebrity's name and find out how much money they actually make. What did we learn?
Truth: I love looking at celebrity fashion. When I'm flipping through the pages of a tabloid, scrolling through a gossip website or reading InStyle, the first thing I notice aren't the glaringly provocative headlines, but the clothes that the stars themselves are wearing.
Mary Kate and Ashley? Yes, I’m familiar. Elizabeth Olsen? It seems as if EVERYONE is talking about her lately. But what about Trent Olsen? The older brother of the sisters remains a mystery. Was he sold off by the twins for only 50 cents? We thought so, but apparently he ended up being not for sale.
In elementary school, all the subjects are taught as brief overviews rather than extensive lessons. For example, we learn “Language Arts” instead of Humanities or Language and Composition, “Math” isn’t “Algebra” or “Geometry,” and “Science” is growing little plants in plastic cups rather than beating yourself over the head with a massive AP Chem book. But as kids, we had two courses in Social Studies: “Social Studies” taught by teachers, and “Geography” taught by Mary Kate and Ashley.
•Elizabeth is about to be my new favorite Olsen •We can't get enough pictures of Ryan Gosling carrying his dog •Why you should be asking him out •Ever pictured Blair hooking up with Dr. House? Now you can •We kind of love Sarah Hyland from 'Modern Family' and her outspokenness •TOMS shoes get the college treatment •How did Target screw up with Missoni sooo badly?
It seems like celebrities these days have to be Jacks (or Janes) of All Trades. If you're a singer then you're a dancer and if you're a dancer then you're an actor. Then comes the fragrance, and then, of course, the clothing line, the last of which can get a little creepy crazy. I mean, everyone remembers the Avril Lavinge era of hoodies and men's ties right? No? Just me.
I was browsing through your latest line, "The Row," and couldn't help but notice your $300 black t-shirts, your $900 LBD, or your absolutely ridiculous $35K leather backpack. I don't know if anyone told you this, but the only designer in the world who's allowed to charge more than $10K for a bag is Hermes.
I grew up wanting to be Ashley Olsen, and my stepsister was all for being Mary Kate. We had the matching pink and blue outfits on our family cruise, we fixed our hair the way MK & A would wear it...they were the sisters we wanted to be. Well at least on-screen.
We ladies are constantly on the look out for the hottest fashion(at the lowest prices) and the coolest trends. Even the girl who just wears the same pair of jeans everyday is looking for a comfortable pair of denim that make her ass look great. And that's why we're constantly providing a running commentary on the fashion we see on a daily basis. While some of it is certainly cringe-worthy, there's a lot of it that is ooo-ahh-I-want-it-worthy. It's not uncommon to see strangers ask each other where someone bought something.