Mermaid toys are not new, but this gotta be the first for the Barbie Signature line. The first Barbie Signature’s mermaid is, well, actually a merman. That’s right. Dear old Ken has picked up the trident (note: it does not actually come with a trident) and traded his legs for a fishtail.
The world’s most famous doll, Barbie, has dressed up in many roles. From NatGeo photojournalist to Star Wars characters and she had paid tribute to one of the most important entertainers of our time too. Speaking of tribute, the darling of dolls latest dressed up pays honor to the legendary “King of Rock N’ Roll”, …
Barbie Loves The Ocean from Mattel is a new line of Barbie Dolls and the first’s first fashion doll collection that is made from 90% recycled plastic. To celebrate this, Mattel has partnered with Whalebone Magazine to showcase the new dolls in a way never seen before.
Another year, another slew of made for Supreme products. At this point, nothing from the king of collab is too outrageous or even surprises. The offerings have transcend those and have actually become rather novel.
Barbie have assumed multiple roles. Roles like David Bowie, Star Trek Starfleet crew, X-Files agent and more. Save for the NatGeo photographer and maybe David Bowie, those roles are as fictional as Barbie herself.
We felt that the Olympic Games may not have the same kind of draw as it had like, say, in the 80s or 90s, but that just us. Mattel probably think otherwise. The toy maker has jumped on the chance to secure licensing collaborations with the International Olympic Committee and Tokyo 2020.
Barbie. Arguably the most famous and influential girl to exist before Kim Kardashian and K-Pop. 60 years on since her creation, Barbie has matured into a more inclusive and diverse character.
I was skeptical how Barbie could ever be relevant in the modern world, but Mattel’s signature doll originally developed to empower little girls has proven that it can keep up with times. In addition to being inclusive, the iconic doll has assumed many roles, including David Bowie, Agent Mulder and Agent Scully, as the crew …
The many faces Mattel’s Barbie now expand to include the late English singer-songwriter and actor David Bowie. Marking the 50 years of Bowie’s hit song Space Oddity from his second studio album released in 1969, David Bowie, Mattel has introduced a David Bowie Barbie doll.
Somewhere in the U.S., one artist has taken upon himself to beautify, ugly, unrealistic action figures and dolls, turning them into desirable collectibles. Meanwhile, somewhere in Europe, one Ukrainian artist is doing the opposite. Olga Kamenetskaya believes that dolls are unrealistic in representing the body proportion and beauty of a real person and thus, she …