Barbie Fashionista 121 With Blue Ruffle Dress


2 in stock

  • This Fashionista doll reflects a physical disability with a prosthetic limb. The prosthetic limb can detach, just like in real-life and has been designed in consultation with Jordan Reeve, a teenage amputee.
  • With added diversity and more variety in styles, fashions, shoes and accessories, kids everywhere will have infinitely more ways to spark their imaginations and play out their stories
  • Age 3+ Years


Introducing Barbie Fashionista 121

Barbie Fashionistas celebrate diversity with unique fashion dolls that encourage real-world storytelling and open-ended dreams. With a wide variety of different skin tones, eye colours, hair colours and textures, body types and fashions, the Fashionistas dolls are designed to reflect the world kids see today, offering them infinite ways to play out stories and express their own style. Includes Barbie Fashionistas doll wearing fabulous fashions and accessories. Each sold separately, subject to availability. Barbie dolls cannot stand alone. Flat shoes fit dolls with articulated ankles or flat feet. Colours and decorations may vary. This Barbie Fashionista 121 is a must for any fan! An ideal Christmas, Birthday or anytime gift! Browse this, the Barbie range and other similar products online and instore today. There is something for everyone at World Of Wonder!

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Firstly, the Barbie doll is one of the most iconic toys in history, but there is so much more to her than just a pretty face. From the very beginning, Barbie served as an inspiration to young girls. They could be whoever they want to be. Her true purpose was to encourage girls to imagine what they can be when they grow up while they play. She is a true icon!
Secondly, one of the ways Barbie influenced girls was by trying many different careers. Teenage fashion model, Fashion editor, Fashion designer, Flight attendant, Registered nurse, Computer engineer, Robotics engineer, Video game developer, Mars Explorer…. She was also the first doll on the moon!