Elizabeth Olsen Sparkles on The Edit's Cover, Talks About Nudity

In an interview after the photo session was over, Olsen talked about nudity, saying, 'It doesn't destroy your career if you appear nude or take risks.'

AceShowbiz - %cElizabeth Olsen% shared an inspirational message for fellow actresses in Hollywood in an interview after posing for the Summer 2015 cover of Net-a-Porter's digital magazine, The Edit. The 26-year-old actress told the magazine that %cKate Winslet% and %cCate Blanchett% inspired her to bare her body in films.

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"I love Kate Winslet and Cate Blanchett," Olsen told the magazine. "I remember watching 'Holy Smoke' and thinking that it was so reassuring to see a young Kate doing something that was so bold in so many ways."

"I thought to myself, 'OK, so it doesn't destroy your career if you appear nude or take risks,' " she went on sharing. "Because not everyone in my family and group of friends thought it was the best idea to be naked in a movie."

She added, "There are actresses, young and old, who have decided never to do that and they become those examples people talk to you about, [but] there are times when I like to do it."

The "Oldboy" star concluded her remarks, "You want that voyeuristic quality, but I never feel I have to be nude - and you won't ever see me in a beauty shot in a bikini on a beach. That's a character I will never play."

In the spread, Olsen looked stunning in a variety of stuff from designers such as dresses by Etro and Emilio Pucci, necklaces by Isabel Marant, sandals by Valentino and other goodies by Matthew Williamson, Paul & Joe and Anna Sui.

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