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In March 2012, both Mary-Kate and Ashley officially indicated their interest to retire as actresses in order to focus on their careers in the fashion industry.
She and her twin sister co-founded luxury fashion brands The Row, Elizabeth and James, and more affordable fashion lines Olsenboye and Style Mint.
These ventures, combined with an array of licensing deals for their names and likenesses, made Olsen wealthy at a young age.
In 2004, Olsen's wealth was estimated at 7 million.
In 2004, both Mary-Kate and Ashley took control of Dualstar, becoming joint-CEOs and presidents of the company, which at the time had its merchandise being carried in over 3,000 stores in America and 5,300 stores worldwide.
Olsen and her sister became co-presidents of Dualstar upon their eighteenth birthday.
The National Labor Committee, which organized the pledge, later praised the twins for their commitment to worker rights.
She continued with her acting career independently, appearing with a few guest-star roles in films and in a music video.
The 33-year-old twin was photographed with her boyfriend, artist Louis Eisner, during a night out in Los Angeles.
After enjoying dinner at an Italian restaurant in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood, Olsen’s dark ring was on display as she held hands with Eisner. RELATED CONTENT: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Describe Their Relationship as a Marriage FLASHBACK: Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen Reflect on 'Competition' With Hilary Duff & Lindsay Lohan (Exclusive) Inside Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's Private Lives Since Quitting Acting 15 Years Ago Related Articles: Lets face it Trump will never win the trade war no matter how hard he tries and how badly he destroys American lives, which by the way he could care less who he hurts as long as it is not his pocketbook.
They also starred in the films Getting There (2002), When in Rome (2002), The Challenge (2003) and made cameos in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003).
In 2004, the twins appeared in the theatrical light-hearted romantic comedy, New York Minute.