Elizabeth Olsen hits red carpet of Emmys in off-white gown designed older sisters Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen’s fashion house The Row
WandaVision was nominated for 15 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which resulted in three wins at last weekend’s ceremony.
The Marvel Studios miniseries came into Sunday’s Primetime Emmys with another eight nominations, including leading lady Elizabeth Olsen, who got a nod for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Or Anthology Series or Movie for her role as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch.
Ahead of all the ceremonial festivities, Olsen hit the red carpet in an off-white gown designed by her big sisters Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen’s fashion house, The Row, according to E! News.
Classy: Elizabeth Olsen, 32, hit the red carpet for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards in an off-white gown designed by her big sisters Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen’s fashion house, The Row
The full-length number included three-quarter sleeves that draped down with extra fabric and a plunging neckline.
When she turned to strike a side and back pose, the actress revealed how the back portion of the gown also had v-shape design.
Olsen, 32, accessorized with dangling earrings, several rings, and her blonde tresses styled in a shoulder-length cut with a part on the left.
Styling: The full-length number included three-quarter sleeves that draped down with extra fabric and a plunging neckline
Among the eight nominations heading into Sunday’s ceremony, included Olsen’s co-star Paul Bettany, who plays vision, for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Or Anthology Series or Movie,
The show itself got a nod for Outstanding Limited Or Anthology Series, and Kathryn Hahn, a.k.a Agatha Harkness, was recognized for Outstanding Supporting Actress.
The Disney+ series, and its 23 Emmy nominations, is the highest total for any limited series.
Plunging back: When Olsen turned to strike a side and back pose, the actress revealed how the back portion of the gown also had v-shape design
Before reaping the rewards of all her success as an actress, Olsen considered using a stage name, to distance herself from her famous sisters, in order to make a name for herself.
‘There is some sort of association of not earning something that I think bothered me at a very young age,’ she said of her reluctance to use her real name during an interview with Glamour UK.
But now, in the wake of becoming an in-demand actress in Hollywood, Olsen credits her sisters Ashley and Mary-Kate, in part, for helping molding her outlook on fame.
‘They showed me that you can be private, but also accessible to journalists, for those reasons. It’s helpful that I learnt my value system from them.’
Striking out on her own: When Olsen was a young actress she once considered using a stage name in order to feel like she earned her own success