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Elizabeth Olsen Talks New Facebook Watch Series And The Fashion Advice From Her Sisters
Written by Alyssa Bailey

Backstage at Kate Spade, Elizabeth Olsen fills ELLE.com in on her new film project (it’s on Facebook!) and how her family—including The Row designers, sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen—influenced her own style.

On thrift-shopping with her family growing up:

“I feel like we were always just scavenging through Goodwills and things like that to find different unique pieces and express yourself when you’re younger and trying to figure out what that means to you,” she said. Her favorite find? “I had these high waisted plaid shorts that had suspenders attached to them and I lived in them. And then everything broke because it was really poorly made.”

How she feels watching Mary-Kate and Ashley’s growth as designers:

“I got a sneak peak of the spring show yesterday and it looks incredible and I do think that they have such a strong point of view. And they make such beautiful tailored clothes and timeless pieces, and I just feel lucky that I get to borrow it all the time.”

And the twins’ best fashion advice to her:

“Be comfortable, wear soft clothes,” Elizabeth said with a laugh.

On her character in her new project, Sorry for Your Loss and the fan reaction to the trailer:

The show is “about a young women who is dealing with the most difficult things she’s had to deal with in her life, losing her husband, and it is her first time dealing with something that is that tragic, and she doesn’t know how to do it gracefully. And that’s what I love about her.”

The Facebook Watch series trailer made headlines for the fan reaction to it: people commenting their own stories about dealing with loss.

“It’s really interesting because that’s the point of streaming on Facebook, for it to be a community for people to have a dialogue. For something like grief and loss, Facebook is the perfect location where people do come together and if they feel lonely within their own homes or anything, they’re able to communicate with people on the internet who feel similarly, and it becomes a community and a safe place to have those kind of awkward conversations and comfortable conversations and difficult ones. So it’s been really cool just to hear that the conversation is already starting, because that’s all you want people to do when you make something, is for people to talk about it later. And Facebook, you just literally get to watch it.”