Buzz·Posted on Sep 2, 2014Mattel Launched Mariachi Barbie And This Is What She Looks LikeMariachi Barbie is Mattel's improvement on last year's Chihuahua-toting version.by by Conz PretiBuzzFeed Regional Director, Americas, by Adrian CarrasquilloBuzzFeed News ReporterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink For its "Dolls Of The World" collection, Mattel has created Barbies that represent different cultures and countries around the world. Mattel / Via barbiecollector.com This year's doll for Mexico is dressed in a full mariachi outfit. Mattel / Via barbiecollector.com As the website describes, "Barbie wears a fitted black bolero jacket and cropped trousers trimmed in intricate golden brocade that mirrors the pattern on her impressive, wide-brimmed sombrero." Mattel / Via barbiecollector.com "Flourishes include a brilliant pink tie, low ponytail and tall black boots," it concludes. Mattel / Via barbiecollector.com On social media people seemed to be divided as to whether this Barbie is a good idea or not. Ozlem Sensoy @ProfessorOzlem Mattel's new Mariachi Barbie intended to celebrate Mexican culture. When White folks "dress up" it's not celebratory http://t.co/MaUu2iTtxl Tue Sep 02 18:21:47 UTC+0000 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite Ozlem Sensoy@ProfessorOzlemFollowMattel's new Mariachi Barbie intended to celebrate Mexican culture. When White folks "dress up" it's not celebratory http://t.co/MaUu2iTtxl2:21 PM - 02 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite practicing bisexual @businessqueer Omg @ this "mariachi" Barbie holy shit. 06:47 PM - 02 Sep 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite practicing bisexual@businessqueerFollowOmg @ this "mariachi" Barbie holy shit.2:47 PM - 02 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite Diana aka LadydeeLG @dianalimongi @LatinoUSA so great to see that in a Barbie... It can get kids talking abt mariachi music, provides an opp to have a discussion. 05:03 PM - 02 Sep 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite Diana aka LadydeeLG@dianalimongiFollow@LatinoUSA so great to see that in a Barbie... It can get kids talking abt mariachi music, provides an opp to have a discussion.1:03 PM - 02 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite This is not the first Mexico doll that Mattel has included in its collection. Previous versions include Barbie holding a passport and a Chihuahua, Barbie wearing a colorful fiesta dress, and the first "Mexican Barbie." Mattel Mattel Felix Sanchez, chairman of the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts, said he has no problem with the new depiction. latintimes.com "Well at least she’s not coming off as sexy Latina Barbie, spinning on a pedestal," he said, referring to Sofia Vergara's panned Emmys skit. "This is an image that does exist. It helps us embrace toy making in a way that makes it relevant and authentic."