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The Rose for Silkstone Barbie and Victoire Roux | Matisse Fashions

The Rose for Silkstone Barbie and Victoire Roux on Etsy now

Tammy was a 12" fashion doll created by the Ideal Toy Company that debuted at the 1962 International Toy Fair. Advertised as "The Doll You Love to Dress", Tammy was portrayed as a young American teenager, more "girl next door" than the cosmopolitan image of Mattel's Barbie, or American Character's Tressy.on the town.  Had one of these but I still preferred playing with the Barbie doll!

Tammy was a fashion doll created by the Ideal Toy Company that debuted at the 1962 International Toy Fair. My sisters and I had Tammy dolls because Mom thought Barbie was too sexy!

Blue Santai for Silkstone Barbie on Etsy now. I kind of want this dress for myself!

Blue Santai for Silkstone Barbie on Etsy now

i like this but fuller skirt. lace on top, solid center underneath. add wide scrunched ribbons for straps.

Ruth Handler watched her daughter Barbara play with dolls, and noticed that she often enjoyed giving them adult roles. At the time, most children's toy dolls were representations of infants. Handler suggested the idea of an adult-bodied doll to her husband Elliot, a co-founder of the Mattel toy company.

Barbie — Love Her or Leave Her

I have a lot of looks that are inspired by Barbie. The first one I decided to model was the original 1959 Barbie doll. This photo was taken by Pin Up Girl Cosmetics in Atlanta. Which Barbie look should I do next?

1957 Sears Christmas Catalog -   A Nostalgic Look at the Sears Christmas Catalog

1957 Sears Christmas Catalog

1957 Sears Christmas Catalog - A Nostalgic look at the Sears Christmas Catalog - Miss Revlon doll I had a walking doll called Wendy and my sister had one called Rosebud.

1950 Miss Revlon Doll.  Ideal Toy Co.

1950 Miss Revlon Doll. Ideal Toy Co. My sister & I still have our Revlon dolls.

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