Who are the olsen twins dating 2016

03-Apr-2017 22:46

The Olsen sisters first moved there in 2005, when they were students at New York University.

They operate the company and its nearly 60 employees from their West Village studio, where they also sit on the seven-person design team.

“Because we don’t dive into that whole world [of social media] and we don’t have Facebook, we’ve never been connected to our fans in that way,” Ashley told Net-A-Porter’s Mary-Kate also leads a quiet personal life with husband Olivier Sarkozy.

The couple married in November 2015 in a small ceremony at a private New York residence.

Social Media Debut: Mary-Kate made her social media debut in April by taking her first-ever public selfie with sister Ashley.

The debut was part of their collaboration with Sephora when they took over the makeup store's social media accounts for a day.

Interestingly, Ashley brought her rumored boyfriend at the time, Hayden Slater, along with her but they've since split.

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Celebrations: Mary-Kate took her new hubby to celebrate their friends' engagement party in October, posing with the couple side-by-side in the pic.

Here, they attended the Oliver Peoples & The Row: Collaboration Launch in NYC in February.

Museum Dedications: Matt and Viviana, two comedians from NYC, teamed up with Chicago artist Laura Collins to create an entire museum dedicated to "The Olsen Twins Hiding From the Paparazzi," which is pretty neat and also hilarious.

But the 30-year-old twins live very different lives nowadays — building a career for themselves as fashion moguls where their time is mostly spent behind-the-scenes.

They launched their high-end couture fashion label, The Row, in 2006 — beginning with a 7-piece collection that included the “perfect T-shirt,” a cashmere wool dress and their favorite cotton sateen leggings.

“It’s a lot more work but we’re up for it.” “We are so fortunate to have each other,” she added. We have full control, and we’re lucky to be under one roof.