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Red carpet season is well underway with events happening here, there and everywhere at the moment.
On Sunday evening, celebrities and actors flocked back to in-person Emmy Awards in Los Angeles after last year’s was held digitally due to Covid.
Whilst there were some amazing outfits from the stars, a special shout out to Michaela Coel who looked phenomenal, there was another lady that stood out for her incredible dress.
Most known for her role as Wanda Maximoff in Marvel's Avengers franchise, Elizabeth Olsen stunned as she floated down the red carpet in a white gown by designer brand The Row.
The first-time Emmy nominated actress for Wandavision opted for a clean yet beautifully cut dress by the brand which is owned by her two famous and iconic sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
Whilst the two twins were known for their roles in Full House and Two Of A Kind, and even their movies such as New York Minute, they left their acting careers behind to become fashion icons.
Elizabeth spoke to Vogue about how she has always been in awe of her sister’s style by saying: "Everything my sisters have ever worn in my entire life I have wanted to wear still as an adult today”.
The flawless gown followed the iconic minimal style which Mary-Kate and Ashley have come to be known for, but changed the colour up so that all eyes were on their younger sister.
The dress also featured a deep V neckline and goddess draped sleeves which left the 32-year-old oozing Hollywood glamour.
Elizabeth made sure she had a superhero style element to the look as the back of the dress resembled a cape.
The luxury label, The Row, was set up by the famous twins back in 2006 and has since then become a much-loved brand by many celebrities.
Their fan base includes famous faces such as Margot Robbie, Jennifer Lawrence, Gigi Hadid and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
If you want to give the stylish pieces a try without paying the staggering price tag that comes with them, then rental websites such as Hurr and MyWardrobeHQ have some pieces available to rent from as little as £15.
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