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Sunday 21 December 2014

Elizabeth Olsen: I love Row gifts

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Elizabeth Olsen
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Elizabeth Olsen

Elizabeth Olsen is a "happy customer" when her sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley give her clothing from The Row.

The actress, who turns 25 on Sunday, looks up to her sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley with it comes to their style. They have their own range The Row, which includes chic casual pieces.

Elizabeth feels grateful to have designers in the family, especially when they pass on clothing.

"When they will just give me anything from The Row I am a very, very happy customer," she smiled to WWD.

Elizabeth's stunning looks and fashion sense earned her the role as the face of Miu Miu's Spring/Summer 14 campaign.

In one of the photos the star lets her long, straight hair down as she sits in a chair. One hand clutches a large beige handbag, while another rests under her chin.

She joins fellow actresses Elle Fanning and Lupita Nyong'o in promoting the brand and Elizabeth enjoyed the experience.

"It was an incredibly fun shoot; I really had a good time," she added.

New York based stylist Garren created Elizabeth's beautiful long locks for the snap. Photographers Inez and Vinoodh were behind the shoot and Garren recently revealed the story behind the actress' hair.

"We tried something more medium-length on Elizabeth first for the picture, but it wasn't working. It was too pretty, too ladylike," he told vogue.com.

"[I finally decided to add on a 26-inch set of extensions], toning the colour down, taking away the blonde, making it more straight. It's not blunt. It's piecey and silky smooth. I was thinking of Cher in the '70s... Hair that's middle-of-the-road right now is the same as nothing hair. You either chop it off or you commit to having a look. That, to me, is what makes it modern and cool."

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