Who doesn’t love a great collaboration? The doll world is no stranger to amazing collaborations. We take a look at a few recent collaborations between the likes of Mattel and Bratz, who have reached out to icons (both real and fictional) such as Stevie Nicks, Kylie Jenner, as well as Skeletor and Jack & Sally.
Give them a look below!
Barbie has taken on many personalities throughout the decades, but her recent collaboration with Stevie Nicks, might be the stuff of dreams.
Nicks gets immortalized in Signature Barbie form with an homage that’s styled after the Queen of Rock’s iconic 1977 “Rumours” album look.
See her on hobbyDB here!
Kylie Jenner is a Bratz. And that’s a good thing!
The influencer, model and television personality is the first ever celebrity collaboration with the Bratz brand. Jenner is Mini “Bratzified” in a collection of six figures.
Check them out on hobbyDB here!
We couldn’t decide which recent releases from Mattel Creations that we loved more, so we’re including both.
First is a collaboration between the makers of Monster High Skullector Dolls and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Take a trip to Halloweentown with Jack (12-inch) and Sally (10.5), who receive Monster High’s highly-detailed Skullector doll treatment.
See them on hobbyDB here!
Next up, universes collide when Mattel Origin’s Skeletor partners up with Skilled Skeletor from VeeFriends. VeeFriends is the brainchild of mega-entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk, aka GaryVee.
The limited edition 2-pack features more than 16 points of articulation, as well as swappable heads, hands, hoods and armor. Did we mention it glows in the dark?
See it on hobbyDB here!
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