"The thing about us,” Mary-Kate says, “is we think big. Huge.”
“I’d go through my closet all the time, putting things together—it looked like a tornado hit it.” says Ashley. “Still does,” they chorus, then play-bicker over a Céline sweater Mary-Kate had hijacked from Ashley.
"Sometimes—you see it in photographs, where they stand, shoulders touching, half-turning inward to each other—they almost seem like a single, self-protecting organism. “Some of our memories are shared,” Mary-Kate says at one point. “We don’t know what actually happened to whom. One of us was stung by a bee, but we can’t remember who, because we both felt it.”
Ashley-“ I am so proud of what we did. We made kids smile every day. But we had done the most we could do.” Wasn’t it frightening to stop? “There was a fear,” admits Mary-Kate, catching her breath and sighing, “but also, an exhale.”read the rest of the interview via Vogue.com
These two, have and always will be my favourite!
They both exude so much inspiration, it amazes me!