CFDA Fashion Awards 2016: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen joined by sister Elizabeth on the red carpet

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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were joined at the CFDA Fashion Awards on Monday night by younger sister Elizabeth – and they made quite the stylish trio.

Fashion designer twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, 29, looked chic in their trademark black, opting for co-ordinating looks from their fashion house The Row, and Elizabeth, 27, made sure to match them for their red carpet outing, also wearing their label.

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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen pose with sister Elizabeth

Speaking to PEOPLE recently, actress Elizabeth revealed how proud she is of her big sisters. She said: "They're nominated for two CDFA awards this year, for accessory and for [best] designer, so it's really exciting."

And what's the best part about having two seriously stylish designers as siblings? The free clothes! Elizabeth continued: "I just got a shipment. It's really great; I feel very lucky. They're amazing and so comfortable and really cool."

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Elizabeth revealed she loves getting free clothes from her sisters

According to the twins' favourite hair stylist Mark Townsend, they both knew exactly what they wanted for the night. Mary-Kate "wanted her hair to look like she came directly from the beach", so he styled her blonde tresses into textured waves.

For Ashley, Mark went for a middle-parted textured look – and all three of the girls looked amazing!

Mark recently revealed his go-to technique for getting the Olsen sisters red carpet ready, and all it takes is some extra hold hairspray and a toothbrush!

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