‘The Charmed Life of Elizabeth Olsen’ by Jeff Bark for Bullett Magazine
Posted Sep 04, 2012
Lost in a lilac paradise, Elizabeth Olsen floats amidst a sea of lavender & lilies, in the September 2012 issue of Bullett Magazine by Jeff Bark. Capturing her sweetly-tenacious quality, Nick Haramis explores the many sides of the young ingenue in, ‘The Charmed Life of Elizabeth Olsen.’ Wearing a variety of high-end designs including Chanel, Balmain, Dior and Marchesa, the the pert beauty is adorned with a punkish-pink wig & bright lips to match – eclectic styling perfect for the self-acclaimed “old soul.” Cast in a halo of light, these ethereal images are a great match for this talented actress that can seem to do no wrong. Having grown up in the epic shadows of pint-sized mini-moguls, Mary Kate & Ashely, she chose to reject nepotism in favor of nurturing her natural talent. And while it’s clear she will always receive the residual attention that comes from this kind of star lineage, the young phenom has already made quite a mark on industry insiders. Starting with her breakout role in Martha Marcy May Marlene, her schedule has exploded with starring roles in the upcoming films, Silent House, Red Lights and Liberal Arts. And while the 23 yr. old is very close to receiving her undergraduate degree from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, her in-demand status in Hollywood may require she put that goal on the back-burner.