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There were even Mary-Kate and Ashley fashion dolls made by Mattel from 2000 - 2005.
They were ranked at number three on the VH1 program 100 Greatest Child Stars.
They starred in the video series The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley and You're Invited To Mary-Kate and Ashley's..., the ABC show Two of a Kind, and ABC Family's So Little Time.
However, So Little Time was panned by critics and disappointed fans.
At 18, the twins — then freshmen at New York University — bought out the shareholders and seized control of their company, Dualstar Entertainment Group, crowning Diane Reichenberger as CEO.
Meanwhile, they were setting off the bohemian-chic trend, swaddled in layers of ragtag clothing and accessories, winding up on "worst dressed" lists.
Admired by designers from Michael Kors to Diane Von Furstenberg, the attention to their personal style has doubtless helped in expanding their brand into two rising fashion labels, The Row and Elizabeth and James.
In 2007, Forbes ranked them, collectively, as the eleventh-richest women in entertainment, with an estimated net worth of 0 million.
The featherweight, filthy rich twin tycoons are known to teeter on city streets accessorized with oversized sunglasses, fur coats and Starbucks coffee cups.
They are among the most influential women in fashion.
Inexplicably, the masseuse who found the actor's lifeless body phoned Mary-Kate three times before dialing 911.
Despite their uncommon lives, Mary-Kate insists, "We're like everyone else." She delivered that colossal understatement while sitting next to fraternal twin Ashley on Oprah Winfrey's TV studio sofa, where the sisters — whose casually glamorous style has become iconic enough to mimic on Halloween — promoted their new coffee table book, "Influence," a tribute to the artists, designers and other creative people who have inspired them.