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Our New Favorite Olsen Hits The Cover Of ASOS

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    Not that we've given up on The Twins, but with an impressive turn in Martha Marcy May Marlene and a budding career as an indie darling, Elizabeth is the Olsen sister with the most currently exciting trajectory – and style. Her approach to mixing sophisticated pieces (Céline, Isabel Marant, Marni with true teen picks — think cut-off jeans and colorful tops) is softer and lighter than her more famous siblings.

    And that's one of the major reasons we so dug into her new ASOS magazine Todd Cole editorial and interview as soon as it popped up over here. Wearing armfuls of ASOS, Levi's, and a touch of her sisters' Elizabeth and James (half-named for her, if you didn't already know) in a teen-scrapbook style photoshoot, Lizzie masters a light, colorful look we'll be sure to replicate come spring, and offers tidbits on growing up Olsen, in a must-read interview. Oh, and there's even a behind-the-scenes vid to boot. (ASOS)

    Photos: Courtesy ASOS Magazine.
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