Social Networking for Fashion Doll Lovers
Although this is a diversion from my usual Fashion Doll related posts I think that this doll will be of interest to many of you. Especially those of you who have young children. Her name is Matilda and she is the brainchild of a British designer in response to the lack of, to her mind, educational and suitable dolls for her daughter.
She is very much in the same vein as…Read More
Our second DollObservers.com Superstar is Mark, a genuinely nice guy and very talented artist and doll fanatic. He has made a big impact on the community since he joined us, runs several groups and never ceases to dazzle with examples of his design and sewing talents. I hope you enjoy this question and…Read More
“The BEST doll site on the web” – Mark, USA
DollObservers.com is the social network site for Fashion Doll Lovers. Whether your passion is Barbie, Tonner, Sybarite, Fashion Royalty or all of the above! Or whether you prefer your dolls Vintage or New, then this is the site for you. This is a true community of…Read More
Added by Simon Farnworth on August 13, 2011 at 23:00 — No Comments
My Muse issue number 2 dropped into my inbox a couple of days ago and I must say I have enjoyed it immensely. Whilst not all dolls featured would be my chosen type, the photography is so invention and stunningly undertaken that I simply don't mind! This magazine really is a feast for the eyes and is rather inspirational in its representation of dolls as works of art.
There's also a rather fun dress making and photography competition in this month's issue!…
The first exclusive Fashion Royality doll for the 2011 Integrity Toys W Club members has been announced:
Monaco Royale Vanessa steps out wearing a pale peach charmeuse gown with a plunging neckline; her dark mink hair pulled into an elegant knot atop her head. The bodice, with its cream color Chantilly lace overlay, is encrusted with gold and silver beading. The skirt features asymmetrical pleating and gathers up into a flowing train on the side. Her jewels include a “diamond”…Read More
I received a wee notelett through my electronic mailbox yesterday from those lovely folks at Mattel, showing off the latest additions to their pop culture range of dolls “Ladies of the 80′s”. There are three dolls in all representing key female singers of the 80′s;…Read More
Barbie first hit the doll scene way back in 1959 making her exactly 50 years old on March 9th. Whether you love her or hate her (whilst still secretly loving her!) there’s no denying that without Barbie’s introduction to the market by …Read More
Added by Simon Farnworth on February 26, 2009 at 22:00 — No Comments