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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 Barbie doll wears a boxy houndstooth blazer over a neon co-ord set with a patent leather look. Her lilac hair is styled in bantu knots accented with baby hairs, and her nails are painted to match. Chunky yellow "dad sneakers" and logo door knocker earrings finish the look. This collectible fashion doll is fully articulated, comes in a streetwear-inspired shoebox and includes a BMR1959 logo doll stand for displaying. Each Barbie BMR1959 doll features a unique look, so you can express your style with the whole crew. Doll cannot stand alone. Colors and decorations may vary.
Item arrives in frustration-free, easy-to-open packaging that's 100% recyclable
BMR1959 celebrates the 60-year fashion legacy of Barbara "Barbie" Millicent Roberts with a bold, streetwear-inspired collection that's all about personal expression and style
This fully poseable BMR1959 Barbie doll wears a boxy houndstooth blazer over a neon co-ord set with a patent leather look
Cool details include chunky yellow "dad sneakers" and logo door knocker earrings
Her lilac hair is styled in bantu knots accented with baby hairs, and her nails are painted to match
Specially designed, FSC-certified shoebox packaging is made from materials that have been responsibly sourced
Each Barbie BMR1959 doll features a unique look, so you can express your style with the whole crew. Includes BMR1959 logo doll stand for displayingCustomer Reviews
Love the Bantu-knot's hairstyle, Paris runway.
Outside of my favorite Barbie's, Fashionista CURVY, Fashionista petite is my second favorite Barbie. I love her Bantu-knot's African hairstyle, her bright yellow sneaker's and her triangular-shape earring's. Don't care for her "man-style" jacket at all!! May have looked better on a Fashionista regular or tall Barbie. Her fashion make's up for it, though. It's cuteRita
I grew up playing with dolls and now I have two daughters(4 and 11) and I think I get more excited than they do to play with dolls and Im 42 years old now. Im glad to see the growth and diversity of mattel and I love to see dolls that look like me and reflect my culture. Keep it up Mattel. Just preordered this beauty, cant wait until she arrives to surprise my girls.Dolls78
Amazing doll, good price. completely worth itPatricia