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“One of the great things about Barbie is that she continues to push the envelope,”


Gee Barbie has been around for along time, showing my age now. I had 1 Barbie doll and the fashion back then was fun and amazing. These days I looked at my nieces collection of 9 thinking how come you need so many? boy things have changed. This latest Barbie has all the stories saying its Drag Queen Barbie. I must say I love the fur and the shoes....also the shock factor!

One of the great things about Barbie is that she continues to push the envelope,” Cathy Cline, vice president of marketing for Mattel’s girls’ brands, told The New York Times. “Barbie doesn’t worry about what other people think.”
Just don’t expect to see Ken in a dress. Selling for a pricey $125 a figurine, the cross-dressing doll pretty much looks like the Barbie you have come to know and love: big blonde hair, big boobs, tiny waist and seriously wacked-out proportions. Her dress, however, was inspired by The Blonds’ “Blonde Legends” Fall 2008 collection and is quite remarkable and would be make real-life divas like Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, and Mariah Carey proud.
According to the official website, “Barbie wears a stunning silvery mini corset dress—designed by The Blonds themselves—featuring countless sculpted faux gems and a full length faux fox fur. Of course, luscious blonde curls frame her beautiful face. Accessories include silvery jewelry suite and glitter pumps. Pretty, provocative, and magical, The Blonds Blond Diamond Barbie brings the most sparkly splendor of fashion.”
#barbie #fashion #iamstillawoman #mariahcarey #beyonce #jenniferlopez 

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