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- Returnable within 21 days for Gilt Credit.
In 2000, designer Robert Best debuted the Barbie® Fashion Model Collection to rave reviews. And since then, he hasn’t missed a stylish beat. From sophisticated glamour girls in elegant evening gowns to chic and stylish socialites in the latest couture to career focused fashionistas devoted to working and living stylishly, this collection has always celebrated high-fashion fabulousness, with that beloved retro feel from Barbie's vintage era.
From a gilded Imperial past to the chic modern present, fashion never takes a holiday in Russia. A revolution of brilliant reds and whimsical matryoshka dolls makes for scintillating style. Inspired by traditional, folkloric design, Mila™ Barbie® doll looks beguiling beneath her babushka.
Blond, adorable, and oh so stylish, this doll wears a fashion forward ensemble that pays homage to Russian nesting dolls. “I particularly love this doll’s face. It is a very sweet, dolly face and kind of a departure from the usual more vampy make-up I prefer. I also love the Matroyshka doll print because of course Russian nesting dolls are a ubiquitous item found at every tourist spot in Russia,” Robert explains.
- Celebrating 10 Years of style with the Barbie Fashion Model Collection - Gold Label
- Beautiful BFMC Mila Doll from by legendary designer Robert Best
- Silkstone Barbie dolls are made of a very hard vinyl that mimics porcelain
- The BFMC line is a timeless aesthetic, true femininity and an educated appreciation for design
- Barbie collectors will love the Imperial Siberian-style of this ultimate Mila doll
- Designed by: Robert Best
- Release Date: 2/14/2011
- No more than 5800 units produced worldwide
- Note: Production doll may vary from the photo shown above. Mattel reserves the right to modify the fashion/fabrics, sculpt, hair color/style, and accessories. Doll cannot stand alone as shown.
Brand: Barbie Collector
Barbie® first stepped into the spotlight in 1959, created by Ruth Handler and inspired by a German doll called Bild Lilli. The Barbie® Collector doll was a departure from the popular paper dolls of the time, but a welcome one — today, you'll be hard-pressed to find a toy chest without a handful of Barbies® inside. Her appeal extends to adults, too, with a wide range of Barbie® dolls made especially for collectors, including porcelain versions, vintage reproductions, dolls inspired by pop culture characters, and more.