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PHOTOS: The Style Evolution of the Olsen Twins
Prepare to officially feel old: The Olsen twins, probably best known as those petite blondes who played Michelle Tanner on “Full House,” turned 29 on Saturday, June 13th. PHOTOS: 13 Famous People Born on Friday the 13th But these days, Mary-Kate and Ashley are earning their millions not in Hollywood, but as CFDA Award-winning fashion designers. They’ve made their mark as style icons, showcasing their unique fashion sense on the streets and on the red carpet. Whether it’s casual bohemian or witchy chic (yes, that's a thing), the Olsens have somehow made it work. Who else can rock massive bug-eyed glasses, layers upon layers, and even the biggest of over-sized bags with ease? PHOTOS: 10 Sets of Stars That Could Be Mistaken for Twins And while Netflix is rebooting their iconic show with their former cast-mates, the Olsens won’t be joining — although we have a feeling they’ll do just fine with their new careers in couture. See how the styles of these famous sisters have changed over the years below:
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2000

Mary-Kate (L) and Ashley Olsen launch a line of clothing to be sold at retailer Wal-Mart, adding to their $100 million marketing franchise.
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2001

Ashley (L) and Mary-Kate Olsen arrive as guests at the premiere of the new action film "Rush Hour 2" in Hollywood.
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2009

Ashley (L) and Mary-Kate arrive for a Museum of Modern Art tribute to director Tim Burton in New York.
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2010

Mary-Kate (R) and Ashley pose at the Elle Magazine style awards in central London.
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2011

Ashley (L) and Mary-Kate arrive for the Metropolitan Opera's premiere of "Le Comte Ory" at Lincoln Center in New York.
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2012

Ashley (L) and Mary-Kate smile backstage with their award for Womenswear Designer of the Year at the 2012 Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Fashion Awards in New York.
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2013

Ashley arrives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit celebrating the opening of "PUNK: Chaos to Couture" in New York.
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2013

Mary-Kate attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's "Punk: Chaos to Couture" show in New York.
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2014

Mary-Kate (L) and Ashley arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala Benefit celebrating the opening of "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" in New York.
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2015

Ashley, model Aymeline Valade and Mary-Kate arrive for the 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York.
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2002

Ashley (L) and Mary-Kate Olsen arrive for an event in London's West End.
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2003

Mary-Kate (R) and Ashley arrive for the premiere of their new film "Charlie's Angels Full Throttle" in Hollywood.
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2004

Mary-Kate (L) and Ashley Olsen pose as they arrive for the premiere of their film "New York Minute" in Hollywood.
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2005

Mary-Kate and Ashley pose during arrivals for amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2005 event in Mougins.
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2006

Ashley arrives for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's "Anglomania" show in New York.
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2006

Mary-Kate arrives at the Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica.
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2007

Ashley (L) and Mary Kate Olsen pose for photographers at the InStyle/ Warner Bros. Golden Globes party in Beverly Hills.
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2008

Ashley Olsen (dressed in Diane von Furstenberg), designer Christian Louboutin, and Mary Kate Olsen (also wearing Diane von Furstenberg), arrive for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's "Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy" exhibit in New York.
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PHOTOS: The Style Evolution of the Olsen Twins

Prepare to officially feel old: The Olsen twins, probably best known as those petite blondes who played Michelle Tanner on “Full House,” turned 29 on Saturday, June 13th. PHOTOS: 13 Famous People Born on Friday the 13th But these days, Mary-Kate and Ashley are earning their millions not in Hollywood, but as CFDA Award-winning fashion designers. They’ve made their mark as style icons, showcasing their unique fashion sense on the streets and on the red carpet. Whether it’s casual bohemian or witchy chic (yes, that's a thing), the Olsens have somehow made it work. Who else can rock massive bug-eyed glasses, layers upon layers, and even the biggest of over-sized bags with ease? PHOTOS: 10 Sets of Stars That Could Be Mistaken for Twins And while Netflix is rebooting their iconic show with their former cast-mates, the Olsens won’t be joining — although we have a feeling they’ll do just fine with their new careers in couture. See how the styles of these famous sisters have changed over the years below:

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