Olsen twins might be interested in 'Fuller House' after all

Olsen twins might be interested in 'Fuller House' after all
Ashley, left, and Mary-Kate Olsen have reportedly chosen not to be a part of Netflix's "Fuller House." (Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times)

Don't count fashion designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen out yet when it comes to appearing in "Fuller House," the just-announced sequel to the popular sitcom "Full House." The 28-year-old twins, who began sharing the role of Michelle Tanner as babies, say they didn't know about the new "Fuller House" series until their former co-star John Stamos broke the news Monday night that the Tanner family will be back in a new Netflix series next year. "I guess we're going to talk to the creators and see what's happening," Mary-Kate told WWD. [WWD]

Rand Paul may have made the first fashion faux pas of the presidential campaign season by rebranding some Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses as Rands. Ray-Ban owner Luxottica was not amused and reportedly asked the candidate cease and desist. [Los Angeles Times]

We've long believed here at All the Rage that there is no such color as "nude." How could there be when nude people's skin tone can range from milky pale to ebony black? It seems Christian Louboutin agrees, and has introduced a range of nude shoes in several different shades, to better match women's skin colors. [The Cut]

Amy Schumer showed no respect for her gown when she deliberately took a swan dive to the red carpet at the Time 100 celebration on Tuesday night, faking a swoon as Kanye and Kim Kardashian West walked by. [Los Angeles Times]

A report from Human Rights Watch, released on Wednesday, says that not enough progress has been made in protecting worker rights in Bangladesh in the two years since the Rana Plaza factory collapse that kiled more than 1,100 people. [Los Angeles Times]

Sotheby's "Magnificent Jewels Sale" on Tuesday was a record-breaker for the jewelry division of the auction house, bringing in $65 million. [WWD]