The Olsen sisters have been living very separate and private lives lately. Elizabeth Olsen is focused on her acting career, Mary-Kate Olsen is in newlywed bliss with businessman Olivier Sarkozy, and Ashley Olsen is focusing on getting businesses up and running.
So, it’s understandable why the three of them appearing together is a big deal.
Elizabeth Olsen joined her older sisters, Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen, at the 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards held on June 6, 2016, in New York (Credit: Ivan Nikolov / WENN)
Olsen siblings Elizabeth, Mary-Kate, and Ashley made a rare appearance together at the 2016 CFDA Awards in New York.
“It’s an amazing feeling, being the younger sibling to twins,” Elizabeth Olsen told Harper’s Bazaar UK about her older sisters. “If I was spoiled by one, the other one wanted to match it. I loved it.”
“I’ve always felt that presence, which made me work harder, and maybe have a chip on my shoulder to be over-prepared and disciplined, so I could feel like I was earning it,” the successful film actress added about Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen, who are two years older.
“That feeling definitely settled five years into working, but I had this need to be the hardest-working student when I was in school.”
Ashley Olsen, Elizabeth Olsen, and Mary-Kate Olsen all wear black ensembles from Mary-Kate and Ashley’s brand, The Row (Credit: Ivan Nikolov / WENN)
To no one’s surprise, the three sisters also wore all-black head-to-toe ensembles from the twins’ highly-successful brand, The Row.
While we would have loved to see Elizabeth in a brightly colored silhouette more fitting with her own style, we understand her desire to support her older sisters.
Mary-Kate Olsen’s feet in black heels from The Row (Credit: Ivan Nikolov / WENN)
Mary-Kate and Ashley are known for their stoic demeanor. However, Elizabeth was all smiles, showcasing her bubbly personality on the pink carpet.
Ashley Olsen’s feet in black shoes from The Row
The Olsens’ brand “The Row” is quite elusive (as are their head designers), so their CFDA footwear is nowhere to be found online.
The heeled “Adela” mules from the brand’s latest collection are no longer available online.
The Row “Adela” Leather Mules, $935 – $1,145
Black leather The Row Adela square-toe mules with tonal stitching throughout and purple pearlescent resin block heels