Elizabeth Olsen Looks Retro-tastic As Edie Parker in 'Kill Your Darlings'

27 March 2012 by

Elizabeth Olsen Looks Retro-tastic As Edie Parker Alongside Daniel Radcliffe in 'Kill Your Darlings'

Call us perverts if you will, but when the first images from the set of 'Kill Your Darlings' landed last week, Grazia Daily could. not. stop. ogling Daniel Radcliffe. Yep, the bespectaculed boy has transformed into a proper grown up with a curly mop of hair and a chiselled jaw, leading us Graziettes to affectionatley call him Harry Hotter (ha, see what we've done there?). Is this the new James 'hot' Franco, we mused?

You see, the 22-year-old Brit actor plays Allen Ginsberg in the film about the great poets of the beat generation, a role which Mr Franco also played in 2010 film ‘Howl’. You still with us? Anyway, it's time to forget Daniel! Because have you seen how blooming marvellous Elizabeth Olsen looks?

Elizabeth Olsen Looks Retro-tastic As Edie Parker Alongside Daniel Radcliffe in 'Kill Your Darlings'

The 23-year-old actress du jour plays writer Edie Parker, the first wife of fellow Beat Generation writer Jack Kerouac, and yesterday she was spotted filming on the New York set looking uber-glam in full Forties gear - see the floaty scarf in her bouncy blonde curls, the catwinged shades and that sumptuous red pout. Doesn't she totally and utterly look the part, especially when gazing coyly out of that red vintage car?

Okay, so she is wearing a bulky black coat and furry slippers (which we're assuming aren't part of the retro ensemble), but underneath, we can spy a ladylike lace blouse that's vintage perfect. We wonder if Liz's big sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley lent some of their own creations to Edie's wardrobe? Ashley did send an entire collection of vintage dresses to Carey Mulligan for her role as Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann's adaption of 'The Great Gatsby', so surely it's only fair to share the sisterly love...


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