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When I watched the Jenner girls' video for their latest Pac Sun collection, something became crystal clear, so I'm just going to say it: Kendall and Kylie are the millennial version of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.(To be clear, coming from me, this is literally the highest of compliments.) Everything from the stance (front-facing, hand-holding, powerful) to the statement hair to the just different outfits screams Trapper Keeper/Pinterest-inspo ready. Let's start with that whole growing up in front of the cameras thing."The only thing I did was read, learn languages and sketch.As a child I only had one wish: to be grown up." Telegraph- Didn't have a chance to snag Prada's Spring 2008 line way back when?They convinced Masa Takayama, the renowned sushi chef, to sell them his ceramics, and they carry Japanese teas in homage to the space’s former resident.“We never thought of a store being just our brand,” Ashley said.“We think our stuff works best when it’s in a proper context.”In an age of e-commerce and mobile shopping, the Olsens remain steadfastly committed to an in-person experience, where context can come through and service can be fine-tuned for peak bliss.Now's your chance: New York's Dover Street Market is carrying a reissue of the collection right now.
In fact, past and present, there have been a slew of celebrities who have dated up (in years, so to speak).(Some of the art and furniture, they said, will rotate between their homes and the store.)Visiting can feel like paying a call on a tax bracket significantly higher than one’s own, and when Mary-Kate asked a reporter whether it felt like a home to him, he admitted that it did, although, he added regretfully, not his.“I didn’t say your home,” she replied, a touch tartly.But she admitted that even hers didn’t quite match this one.“This is more fantasy,” she said of the opportunity to create an extravagant extension of their own personal tastes. This isn’t the first fish in the art-world sea that Ashley has fallen for—this summer she briefly dated 59-year-old painter George Condo.Whether famed artist, financier, or banker, though, the Olsens’ men always seem to have one thing in common: They’re all strikingly older than the petite former child stars.On a quiet stretch of the Upper East Side, at the slightly numinous, palindromic address of 17 East 71st Street, just down the block from the Frick Collection, a glass window displays a folding screen, a sculptural column and a single pair of women’s shoes, composed with the painstaking precision of a Braque still life. They generally abjure interviews and stage their collections in presentations in their tastefully designed showrooms or privately, for clients. At the Row, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen have made discretion, abstention and quiet the cardinal virtues.All of it, from the furniture to the art to the clothes to the dressing gowns, is for sale.“I was telling people earlier that it’s for sale tomorrow,” Mary-Kate clarified, “because I can’t imagine moving a couch out of here today.”The Row’s fashion and beauty assortment doesn’t end with the Row, though the Row’s own product range is growing.(It recently began making its own shoes, which are displayed in a first-floor salon.) The sisters brought in a curated selection of items they love or respect, including Serge Lutens fragrances, Sidney Garber jewelry and Santa Maria Novella beauty products.For the New York store, they wanted a townhouse, uptown, not on Madison but off Madison Avenue, a list that Mary-Kate, dressed in a Row blazer and shirt over threadbare vintage jeans, ticked off from her perch on a sofa on the store’s third floor.For the right space, a former Japanese tea shop and later denim store, they were prepared to wait.