The Olsen Twins Just Designed a Wedding Dress for Their Lucky BFF Bride
We imagine that being besties with the Olsen twins has its perks, especially when it comes to nabbing fashion pointers on the daily (Oversized sunnies — check. Flowy maxi dress — check). But on a day as major as your wedding day, Mary-Kate and Ashley proved they’ll pull out all the styling stops in a New York Minute for their bride bff. For longtime friend Molly Fishkin, that involvement went way beyond yaying or naying her something blue — the two actually designed her dream wedding dress.
For their friend of 15 years, a Champagne toast wouldn’t cut it as a way for the Olsens to commemorate the news that Fishkin was getting hitched to producer/director Asher Levin. “The minute I got engaged, they said they would love to design my wedding dress,” she shares in Vogue‘s August issue. “I was thrilled — their taste is impeccable, and I really trust them.” The Row designers collaborated with the bride-to-be to create what is their first-ever wedding gown and, as you can see, they totally nailed it. Fishkin looks like a dream in the long-sleeved gown and matching lace veil.
This is hopefully not the last foray into bridal wear we’ll see from the design duo — we’re fairly sure Mary-Kate has to have a solid Pin-board going for her upcoming walk down the aisle with Olivier Sarkozy, right? Be sure to click through to Vogue for more snaps of the gorg gown + the celeb-studded nuptials that featured a toast from Fishkin’s godmother Stevie Nicks, that concluded with a surprise performance of “Landslide.” We’re having a hard time deciding which takes the cake as best wedding gift ever.
Sooo dreamy, right? What do you think of the Olsen twins’ first stab at bridal? Tell us in the comments below.
(h/t + photos Vogue)
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