Is there something in the air pushing magazine editors to have not one, not two, but at least three different covers for the same issue? Just asking… Why? Well because here’s Mary-Kate Olsen on the cover of Marie Claire September 2010. On all three covers!
Army girl, glam sequins girl or furry fury, Mary Kate tries it all, hoping at least one of her cover instances will be on your liking. The most interesting thing is that the media has taken one phrase out of the interview context and blasted it all over the news: Mary Kate said about her child star past (alongside twin-sister Ashley) that they were “little monkey performers”. Now that’s supposed to bring on some audience and raise the sales, if not anything else. (the story continues right after the jump with more images, click here for the gallery!)
Blasting her acting past, Mary-Kate praises her fashion present. She supposedly styled the photo shoot herself (which comes as really hard to believe, especially when we know that the Olsens have their share of professional stylists services) and her fashion designer thing is her day job. Good for her! I have to wonder, though – if it wasn’t for that acting past (“I would never wish my upbringing on anyone…”) would Mary-Kate have made it so big in the fashion world? Without the financial support of her child star past, would any of her fasheccentricities would have been possible or well regarded? (MC)