Step aside Mary-Kate and Ashley, there's another talented Olsen on the horizon and this one's got pink hair. Elizabeth Olsen has stepped out of the shadow of her famous twin sisters with her critically acclaimed acting skills and a long list of upcoming movie projects. The 23-year-old actress graces the pages of 'Bullett' Magazine's Romance Issue, which seems to be a mash-up of My Little Pony meets Prom Princess at the Prince's Palace. Elizabeth has been lensed by John Bark in an imaginative, alternate pastel pretty universe, wearing a cloyingly sweet array of designer Fall 2012 outfits. Her new candy pink hair colour and cerise rouge is the perfect accompaniment to this enchanted indoor garden editorial.

Captivating on the cover of 'Bullett', Elizabeth epitomizes modern romance in a white gown with crystal embellished neckline and sleeves by Chanel.

We get to see more of the subtly beautiful Chanel gown in the editorial, set amidst an engaging lilac and white glazed garden.

Bringing a bit of Balmain to the party, Elizabeth dresses up in an intricately embroidered long-sleeved, high-neck mini with glitzy beaded swirls of gold, black and pale pink.

Lost in a daydream, Elizabeth is enveloped in an ethereal white feather motif gown with tulle skirt, which is from Marchesa's Fall 2012 collection. I wish we were given a full view of this gorgeous gown in the editorial.

Making her mark in ruby red, Miss Olsen looks radiant in a pleated puff-sleeve Alexander McQueen dress, with a metallic McQueen bow-belt & lace-up sandals by Giuseppe Zanotti.

A close-up shot of Elizabeth that features an elegant netted hair piece by Jennifer Behr, lace Carolina Amato gloves and a textured ivory blouse with billowy sheer sleeves from her sisters' design label, The Row.

Complimenting her angular layered pink crop, Elizabeth is styled in a rosé pink anglaise button-up dress from Chanel's Pre-Fall 2012 range. She is wrapped in a furry grey Christian Siriano stole and wears printed heels by Nicholas Kirkwood.

It sometimes takes an editorial to 'make a dress'. I barely remembered this lavender pink satin and sheer pleated tulle gown from Christian Dior's Fall 2012 collection. But with this exquisite image of Elizabeth wearing it, the delicate fairytale gown will be hard to forget.

What do you think of Elizabeth's dreamy, sugar-frosted editorial? 

Sickly sweet or sweetly romantic?

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