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Whoever you are, always be unapologetic about it!
All 150 careers finally on paper. And what’s to learn from a fabulously long resume? Your possibilities are endless! Be unapologetic and become whatever you truly want to be!
55 years ago, Barbie® was the doll that started it all. And while her outfits have changed, one thing hasn’t: She continues to remind girls of all ages to be unapologetic for who they are.
Robert Best, principal designer for Barbie Collector, talks body image, gendered marketing, competition, and how designing for dolls is different. “You don’t have to consider cold weather. Those are not concerns that worry Barbie.”
Katniss and co. in delightful pocket-sized form.
It was the golden era of scrunchies.
In 1994, Mila was just another Barbie girl, in the Barbie world.
All those years spent playing together and you didn’t even know her real name.
Attention, “Hunger Games” fanatics: Katinss Everdeen’s likeness now comes in the form of a Barbie and it looks a lot like Jennifer Lawrence. A pretty quick turnaround from movie to toy stores, if I say so myself.
Just in time for the one-year anniversary of the Royal wedding comes the officially licensed Will and Kate replica Barbies. And just in case you needed any further reassurance that Prince William is losing his looks, I think the fact that Kate’s doll has Barbie normal face and Will’s has been completely redesigned — to include his prominent teeth, receding hairline, and large nose — says it all, really.
Leather goods label Coach outfits the doll’s new model in miniature versions of actual products. So you and your Barbie can match, if you’re creepy like that.
Overalls? Quirky prints? ’90s Barbies wore them first.