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Elizabeth Olsen Covers 'The Edit,' While Mary-Kate and Ashley Consider 'Full House' Spinoff

And get a first look at the gorgeous dresses that will be featured in the Met's upcoming "China: Through the Looking Glass" exhibit.
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Leading up to the May opening of "China: Through the Looking Glass" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vogue has a first look at the dresses that will be on display, including breathtaking styles from Roberto Cavalli, Tom Ford, Jean Paul Gaultier and Alexander McQueen among others. {Vogue}

Elizabeth Olsen looks like a bohemian goddess on the cover of this week's issue of Net-a-Porter's online magazine The Edit. Modeling looks from Valentino, Etro and Emilio Pucci, the indie-actress-turned-blockbuster-starlet opens up about idolizing her older sisters, how she made the careful decisions that shaped her career and her passion for ballet. {The Edit}

In other Olsen news, Michelle Tanner's presence on the anticipated Netflix "Full House" spinoff series, which John Stamos confirmed Tuesday, is up in the air. The actresses come designers who played Michelle -- Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen -- say they had no idea it was happening, and will be consulting with TV dad Bob Saget before making a final decision about participating. {WWD}

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