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    Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, seen here on "GMA," grew up in the spotlight after being catapulted to fame for their turn on the hit TV sitcom, "Full House." They have expanded their billion-dollar business empire. On Feb. 3, 2010, the sisters -- founders and designers of Dualstar Entertainment Group -- launched the full spring collection of Olsenboye, their line of juniors' casual apparel and accessories. The line, which is inspired by teen trends in various cities around the world, is available at JCPenney. The new collection celebrates New York City, and items retail for between $20 and $50. <p> <a href="" target="external">CLICK HERE</a> for more information on the line.
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