Elizabeth Olsen’s landed her second magazine cover; she scored Nylon last year and now covers ASOS’s March issue. The actress, who rose to rapid fame exactly one year ago at 2011′s Sundance Film Festival, poses at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens in the UK brand’s spring collection. At this year’s festival she premiered two new films—Robert DeNiro’s Red Lights and Josh Radnor’s Liberal Arts—and didn’t really relinquish her indie crown to anyone in particular. She talks to ASOS about her famous last name, “A lot of casting directors didn’t make the connection at first. I loved it when that would happen, because there was no baggage of any kind, whether it was good or bad…I’ve always wanted to feel like everything I did, I worked hard for, because I had a complex about it,” and her favorite designers, including Marni and Isabel Marant, “masculine and quirky and funky.” Click here to read the whole thing and through for the other images.
Photo: Todd Cole for ASOS
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