It’s time to celebrate all things Star Wars with four new dolls from a galaxy far, far away! Barbie joined fans from across the universe and got into the Star Wars spirit by expanding its doll collection with four new dolls inspired by the films’ most famous characters – Rey, Chewbecca, C-3PO, and the Stormtrooper.
Mattel, the maker of Barbie and other similarly iconic toys, released new designs under its Fashionista line to showcase a more multi-dimensional and inclusive definition of beauty and fashion. It’s also more reflective of reality, as the new models highlight various skin tones, heights, and bodies, and conditions such as vitiligo and alopecia. For the
Chloe Newman, an 18-year-old girl without a limb collected hundreds of Barbie dolls with a prosthetic leg to donate to local hospital for children like her. When Chloe was one-year-old, her parents from Kazakhstan adopted her. She wore a prosthetic leg since then so she knows how kids in the same situation feel. This is
Order in the courtroom! The new Barbie channels Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and is Mattel’s 2019 Barbie Career of the Year doll. On Twitter, the company wrote, “With over 200 careers since 1959, this year Barbie takes the stand as a Judge! The Barbie Judge Doll encourages girls to learn more about making decisions to change
What happens when two unlikely cultural worlds collide? Well, pandemonium ensues, of course! Although in this day and age, news of such a phenomena is likely to go viral, occupying all known spaces in social media. And that’s exactly what happened when Barbie (yes, the doll!) met the Day of the Dead festival. You know