Fashion Dolls

Some articles on doll, fashion dolls, dolls:

Dollikins - History
... Uneeda's original Dollikins doll was 20" tall and had sixteen points of articulation ... The doll was advertised as the "Fabulous, Educational Dollikin - The Original Doll Mannikin - A Miracle of Flexibility ... "Uneeda 2s", on their non-articulated, 18" fashion dolls as well ...
Doll - History, Types and Materials - Industrial Era
... During the 19th century dolls' heads were often made of porcelain and combined with a body of leather, cloth, wood, or composite materials, like ... plastic materials in the 20th century, doll making largely shifted to these materials ... durability of plastic materials meant new types of dolls could be mass produced at a lower price ...
Ball-jointed Doll - Ball-jointed Fashion Dolls
... Resin ball-jointed fashion dolls like the Sybarite differ from the typical Asian BJD in several ways ... Their main influence is from the collectible American 16 inch vinyl fashion dolls, like Gene Marshall by Ashton-Drake Galleries and Tyler Wentworth by Tonner ... Ball-jointed fashion dolls are usually around 16 inches tall, closer to 1/4 scale than the typical 1/3 scale of Asian BJDs ...
Asian Fashion Doll
... Asian fashion dolls are fashion dolls that are made by Asian manufacturers or primarily targeted to an Asian market ... Some have received international attention, such as with Momoko Doll, and in 2005 the first annual Dollstyle convention was held in Tokyo ... Many of these dolls have Asian or anime style features ...

Famous quotes containing the words dolls and/or fashion:

    Our home has been nothing but a play-room. I’ve been your doll-wife here, just as at home I was Papa’s doll-child. And the children have been my dolls in their turn. I liked it when you came and played with me, just as they liked it when I came and played with them. That’s what our marriage has been, Torvald.
    Henrik Ibsen (1828–1906)

    I see not much difference between ourselves & the Turks, save that we have foreskins and they none, that they have long dresses and we short, and that we talk much and they little. In England the vices in fashion are whoring & drinking, in Turkey, sodomy and smoking.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)