Brotherly love in playscale: finding diversity in fashion dolls and action figures from the 1960s to now: Barbie, Fashion Royalty, Momoko, Susie, GI Joe, Power Team, Mixis.
I've been seeing that in local stores too but still no sign of Ken.
one of the nicest doll from barbie. with articulations and all.love their basic black dresses as much. so chic.
Blondes outnumber the brunettes? Well, maybe it's time more collectors took up rerooting, or at least scalping their dolls and using wigs. The dolls are super cute, though, and it's nice that Mattel has gotten onto the articulation bandwagon. That is a very good sign!
Gotta love Fashionistas! They're the coolest Barbie-series since the 80's I think. :)I couldn't find a contact-page or email so I'll just ask you here and hope you'll notice. I started a facebook group for Barbie webmasters to share ideas and tips about how to run an effective ship. Some of us are more techie than others, and both can help each other to reach different audiences and so forth, so if you'd like to join, please do! http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=121344431242933
Not young any more, but still loves to play with Barby :). I'm searching for Ken too!
Hi AnaVar!I've seen the second Fashionista Ken at Target and at Walmart. I'm undecided about getting him because he so closely resembles the first Fashionista Ken.Good luck finding him!
Oh thanks D7ana! I'll let you know! :) Ana V.
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