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Barbie Fashionistas Doll With Wheelchair Set


Barbie® Fashionistas® Doll #128

Barbie® Fashionistas® Doll #128

Barbie® BMR1959™ Doll Rompers MTM Mbili Sculpt


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The BMR1959™ collection celebrates the fashion heritage of Barbie® and showcases how current trends influence the brand. These bold, fully posable dolls capture the diverse looks found in today’s streetwear culture. From high-low fashion mixes, re-imagined ‘90s gear to juxtaposed patterns, textures, and silhouettes, this curated ensemble is all about personal expression and style. This BMR1959™ doll wears a cropped, logo-print sweatshirt over a bike shorts romper with checkered detail. Hot-pink athletic shoes and a blue waist bag add bright pops of color. Glam earrings and a bold logo ring finish the look. The doll’s extra-long braids are styled in a partial top-bun accented with baby hairs. This collectible fashion doll is fully articulated, comes in a streetwear-inspired shoebox and includes a BMR1959™ logo doll stand for displaying. Colors and decorations may vary.

  • Release Date: 10/29/2019
  • Included with doll: Earrings, sweatshirt, cycling suit, hip bag, logo ring, gem ring, sneakers, doll stand, COA
  • Eyelashes: Painted
  • Fashion: Cropped, logo-print sweatshirt, bike shorts romper, hot-pink athletic shoes, blue waist bag
  • Fashion Sewn On?: No
  • Body Type: Made to Move – Original
  • Doll Stand: Yes
  • Facial sculpt: Mbili
  • Package Dimensions (H/D/W): 15″ x 7″ x 10″

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Barbie was founded in 1959 by Ruth Handler, a mother and visionary entrepreneur, whose inspiration for Barbie came from watching her daughter project her dreams and aspirations onto paper dolls. Recognizing a gap in the market, which only offered baby dolls for girls to imagine themselves as caregivers, Ruth invented the fashion doll category with a three-dimensional doll that girls could use to imagine their future selves. Ruth’s philosophy behind Barbie was that through the doll a little girl could be anything she wanted to be and that she has choices.
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