Nylon Magazine, along with A|X Armani Exchange, celebrated the magazine's October "It Girl" issue Wednesday with a private dinner in NYC, hosted by cover star Elizabeth Olsen.
Lizzie was joined by her sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, along with the magazine's Editor-in-Chief Marvin Scott Jarrett and Publisher Jaclynn Jarrett.
Isaac Mizrahi joined Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen as well as Anne Heche to celebrate the launch of his new lifestyle brand for QVC.
Isaac Mizrahi Live! launches this fall.
Is a "Full House" movie in the works?
Just like Michelle Tanner always said, "You got it, dude!"
John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse, says he's "working on a movie idea," but it won't feature the original sitcom's cast.
"It wouldn't be us playing us," Stamos tells New York's Daily News. "I'm not 100 percent sure, but it would probably take place in the first few years [of the sitcom]."
Stamos says "Milk" star James Franco would be perfect as Uncle Jesse. Adding, "I see Steve Carell as Danny Tanner [originally played by Bob Saget] and Tracy Morgan as Joey Gladstone [originated by Dave Coulier] because he's funny."
"Full House" ran for eight seasons and wrapped in 1995. Stamos tells the paper he still keeps in touch with his co-stars. "We're all very close," he said. "I saw Ashley [Olsen] a couple weeks ago. Bob and Dave, I see a lot."
Stamos, 45, is a presenter for the Tony Awards on June 7 and he's set to headline the upcoming revival of the hit musical "Bye Bye Birdie" on Broadway.
Millionaire twin Ashley Olsen posed for the summer issue of VMAN Magazine, and the article touches on everything from the 22-year-old's fashion endeavors to the media and her equally famous twin, Mary-Kate.
Olsen covered her blonde locks with a dark brown wig for the shoot to promote her fall 2009 menswear line. She reveals, "To touch a man who has a soft sweater on, a soft pant, a great jacket... or something that as a woman, I want to take off him and put on and feel sexy in. (sic)" The petite fashion icon also shows off her bod in a shot of her wearing a bra and men's slacks.
Ashley is focusing on designing, while her sister continues to work on acting. While they now have different career paths, Olsen confesses she still sees her twin ten times a day.
She tells the mag she avoids blogging and says, "I don't read any of that... it's just so destructive." The "Full House" starlet also admits, "I haven't really done anything since to be a celebrity."
VMAN Magazine's summer 2009 issue hits newsstands today.
Rumors have been swirling that tiny twin Mary-Kate Olsen, 22, may be expecting her first child -- but is it true?
According to Olsen's reps, that is a firm no. "Mary-Kate is absolutely not pregnant," reps for the miniature mogul told Us Weekly. Published reports suggested that Olsen, who previously battled anorexia, may have gained weight recently, and attributed it to a growing baby bump.
In MK's new book "Influence" -- written with twin sister Ashley -- the girls talk about whether or not they want a family one day. "I don't feel the need to get married," Mary-Kate says in the book. "Ashley wants children. I'll be a great aunt or godmother."
Six months after the shocking death of Hollywood heartthrob Heath Ledger, the U.S. Attorney's office has closed the investigation -- without Mary-Kate Olsen being delivered a subpoena, reports People magazine.
The twin had been contacted by Ledger's masseuse after she discovered Ledger's body. It was widely reported that the former "Full House" star wanted immunity before she'd be questioned. Reps for the mini-millionaire released a statement saying that MK "had nothing to do" with the drugs Ledger used.
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"Full House" ended its TV run in 1995 -- but actor Bob Saget still loves his onscreen daughters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen! The comedian defended the tiny twins after they were toasted by comics roasting Saget for a Comedy Central special.
During Bob's roast, several comedians made crude and sexual jokes about the 22-year-old sisters, who played "Michelle" on the hit show, turning their fame into a multi-million-dollar empire. The "How I Met Your Mother" star was upset by the hits on the mini moguls, telling the NY Post, "Anybody who talks about my TV kids -- that upsets me the most. I am very protective. I love them very, very much."
Catch the controversial roast when it airs August 17 on Comedy Central.
Tiny twin Mary-Kate Olsen has said precious little about Heath Ledger since his accidental January overdose on prescription drugs. A masseuse who found Heath's body had called Olsen before calling 911, leading to all kinds of speculation.
The millionaire mini-mogul is now breaking her silence re Ledger's OD -- claiming she knew nothing about the source of his drugs, reports the NY Post.
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