Madame Beatrice Alexander Behrman is known for her exquisite collector dolls, which are based on everything from literary classics (<i>Alice in Wonderland</i>, <i>Gone with the Wind</i>) to special occasions (graduation, First Communion). Here, she puts her unique spin on Halloween, with a collection that includes witches, trick-or-treaters, batty ballerinas, and more.
Who knows dolls better than a designer who grew up in her father's doll hospital? Madame Beatrice Alexander Behrman founded her famous brand in 1923, and her collectible dolls have only grown more darling since—like the ones on offer here here, which include portrayals of Holly Golightly (with cat in tow) and Rapunzel.
French doll maker Corolle's creations look as real as possible — plus they're made to withstand all the hugs they receive over the years. Each doll's clothes are designed based on the latest kids' fashion, which is our favorite thing about these toys.
When one of fashion's biggest rising stars collaborates with a collectible doll brand that's been around for over 80 years (Madame Alexander), it's no surprise the result is big on style. These limited-edition collector's items are dressed to impress down to the smallest details, from a miniscule set of fishnet stockings to what may be the tiniest cigarette holder the world has ever seen.
Score whimsical toys and accessories for endless days of dress-up.