From coordinating outfits to bohemian chic.
Ever since the Olsen twins became the it girls of the aughties, they soon became known for serving looks. Often hard to tell apart (despite actually being fraternal twins), Mary-Kate and Ashley started to use their style preferences as a point of differentiation. Mary-Kate—who is never afraid to take a risk—is known for pushing the envelope when it comes to fashion, and often wears bold colors, prints, and shapes without abandon. Ashley, on the other hand, prefers more classic pieces.
Since launching their clothing line, The Row, the twins have morphed into award-winning fashion designers and bohemian goddesses that are hailed for their signature style. Here, a look back at the Olsen twins's fashion evolution, from past to present.
Ron: “(Peter) Wehner comes from an evangelical Christian background, and part of his book deals with the paradox that has puzzled so many political observers: how can religious conservatives who attacked former President Bill Clinton for his personal behavior shrug off Trump’s actions? “I think that the Trump era has hurt the Christian faith itself, not just the political manifestation of Christians involved in politics,” Wehner said. He said that evangelical leaders such as “Franklin Graham or Jerry Falwell Jr., or Eric Metaxas, or Robert Jeffress … are essentially cheerleaders for Donald Trump.” “There’s no transgression that they seem inclined to hold him accountable for, and I think that is a cost to the faith because people look at that and they say, ‘This is all a game,’” Wehner said."