Während de berühmten world surrenders to the charms of Barbie and gets – many of them – their very own replicas (Chiara Ferragni, Gigi Hadid or Ashley Graham already have their personalized version of the Mattel doll) Emma Roberts bets on the other most famous doll of the last decades. Maybe you did not know her as a huge doll lover, and you were surprised a little when you see the photo of the actress posing with her new Blythes on Instagram:
Round and giant eyes measure somewhat disproportionate, and royalty-free to characterize them to the taste of customers and customizers. Blythe huet keen Ken (duh ?!) fir deen se sech fir ëmmer gebonne fillt oder e Beruff, deen un hir passt stereotyped look. Therefore, their image and the life they give to these Poppen have thousands of different options (actually limitless); they even offer the possibility of changing the color of eyes, eyelids, makeup, body, clothes and accessories – simply from head to toe.
In recent years, these dolls have become a real phenomenon on the Internet with communities and companies created by and for them – to make them all reality for a collector’s item. Even though most people think the last person to join the craze of the Blythe dolls was Emma Roberts, si eigentlech is Et ass schon e Puppelch léif, an hatt huet Blythe am 2015 gesammelt. Iwwerpréift hir fréist 2015 Twitter Status no:
Who knows a place to get Blythe Dolls on the internet? Having an oddly difficult time finding….
- Emma Roberts (@RobertsEmma) Januar 30, 2015
Elo, dat Barbie Zittern, ass e neie Popp with the anticipation of becoming the new queen of Instagram.
Dem Blythe säin eenzegaartege Look gouf vum Spillsaachen Designer a Arts Institute of Chicago Alumna envisionéiert, dem Allison Katzman seng fréi 1970er Kreatiounen iwwerdeems hien als Spillsaachen Designer fir Marvin Glass an Associates geschafft huet. Den Allison ass gestuerwen am Alter vun 95 Joer bei hirem Heem zu Seattle. Hir Poppen waren hir Zäit viraus, si waren net sou ...