Author: DOLLS Magazine Staff

Zeenie Dollz – Animated Webisode

Zeenie Dollz is a fun and fashionable eco-friendly doll line that teaches girls green ideals, sustainability, and eco-responsibility. Meet the Zeenie Dollz! The Zeenies are 6 fashionable Eco-Warriors on a mission to protect the environment and save the Earth. Zeenie Dollz are 12 inch dolls made from non-toxic recyclable materials (ABS and TPR) and feature 24 points of articulation for maximum pose-ability and play-ability. Each doll’s eco-fabulous fashion represents their own unique eco-power and environmental cause. History I have been drawing since I was a little girl and have always been interested in protecting animals and the environment. The...

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JAMIEshow Dolls USA

JAMIEshow Dolls were first introduced in the fall of 2009, this year 2014 marks our 5th anniversary! The JAMIESHOW 1/4 fashion BJD’s combine the posable ball structure of a BJD with the elegant figure of 16-inch fashion doll in a perfect way. They are designed with 18-20 points of articulation depending on the specific doll, for holding a variety of very human poses. Accessories for almost every other 16-inch fashion doll and fashion BJD, such as clothes, shoes and wigs are all suitable for JAMIESHOW BJD and vice versa. Each doll is hand made, there is no machinery used...

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Prettie Girls! Fun, Fashion from One World Doll Project

Trent T. Daniel and former Mattel designer Stacey McBride-Irby founded The One World Doll Project (OWP) in 2010, aiming to create multiracial fashion dolls that represent contemporary girls and women. The company recently launched its Prettie Girls line with African-American Lena and Hispanic-American Valencia. In addition to the play line, the OWP just released its Cynthia Bailey Prettie Girls Signature Collector Doll depicting the businesswoman, model, and reality star featured on Bravo Network’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” OWP co-founder Daniel recently took time to speak with DOLLS about his goals for his company and the Prettie Girls line. DOLLS: What was the inspiration for the...

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Collen Moore’s Fairy Castle Conservation Project Begins at Museum of Science and Industry

Chicago (November 21, 2013)—Colleen Moore’s Fairy Castle—a fairy dream home of fantastic proportions—is getting a facelift at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago (MSI) this winter. The nearly 9-foot elaborate house was completed in 1935 by silent film star Colleen Moore and is filled with remarkable miniatures and artifacts collected from celebrities, artisans and craftspeople around the world. The Fairy Castle structure, which took seven years and cost $500,000 at the time to create, is in need of conservation to stop ongoing deterioration and ensure its long-term preservation. The conservation project will focus on repairing damage to the...

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Could She Be The Most Beautiful Doll in the World?

There are artistically talented people, then there are people like Noel Cruz, the man who created the Angelina doll that sold on eBay (for a price that was almost as impressive as the doll, itself): $3,350! The artist took an ordinary doll, removed the factory paint, then re-touched the face with acrylics to capture Miss Jolie’s features. Perfectly. Ken’s getting pretty worked up, so Barbie’s lining up a series of short-term relationships and embarrassing interviews. Just in case.  ...

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