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THE BARBIE REVOLUTION

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invented in 1959 by Ruth Handler the co- founder of Mattel. She named the doll after her daughter "Barbara" THE REVOLUTION Barbie Doll Dream House Barbie Revolution: 1960 African American Doll The Barbie Revolution: 1968 Skipper The Barbie Revolution: 1964 53 years of pure fabulosity The Barbie Revolution Barbie Revolution:
1959 Barbie Millicent Roberts was her full name. She was from Willows, Wisconsin. Barbies job was being a teenage fashion model. But years later she came in different professions. The first Barbie came out in both blonde and brunette. Barbie's Dream House included a bed with bedside, sofa, coffee table, side chair with footstool and a sideboard. There were also cardboard rugs and pictures.

A chest of draws, wardrobe and bookcase with cupboards were built into the back wall of the doll house. These could not be opened and were just for show. The whole house could be folded up back into a box with a carry handle so you could take it with you anywhere. Ken Doll Ken Carson was born and celebrates his official birthday on March 11, 1961.
was meant to be Barbara Millicent Roberts boyfriend.
He was named after the Handler's son. Barbie had many wedding ensembles and Ken did too, they never actually "tied the knot"
Ken was available with flocked brown or blonde hair
made in a vinyl material then, now mad in porcelain Short Black Hair - often oxidizes to red
Brown Eyes, Rooted Eyelashes, Hot Pink Lips & Blush
(American Version) One piece v-neck tricot swimsuit with pink, yellow solid top and geometric print pink, yellow and white geometric print bottom.
(European Version) One piece v-neck tricot swimsuit with green, yellow solid top and geometric print green, yellow, blue and white geometric print bottom. Barbie Sings The Barbie Revolution: 1961 7" record called 'Barbie Sings' the only doll in the collection whose eyes open and shut.
a cute preteen with a wardrobe to match her glamorous big sis
In 1965, two friends for Skipper were added. Skooter doll and "the boy next door", Ricky doll. In 1971 Skooter was replaced by Fluff and then Tiffany Barbie goes to Space The Barbie Revolution: 1965 convenient
Barbie suits up as Miss Astronaut
Barbie was always ahead of her time since this was years before women are actually accepted into the space program. Talking Barbie Blonde, titan / red and shades of brown styled in braided side-ponytail with three pink bows, curled side burns and bangs.
Blue eyes with Rooted Eyelashes
Light Brown Eyebrows
Deep Pink Lips and Cheeks
Two Piece Swimsuit with Hot Pink Hip Length Top with Yellow and Hot Pink Yarn Trim at Hem and Hot Pink Vinyl Shorts Hippie Barbie The Barbie Revolution: 1971 Barbie becomes a hippie, just as the peace and love movement is taking over the nation.
Peace and Love 70's Barbie is making a peace sign
dressed in platform shoes, patchwork pants, peasant shirt, long brown vest, floral bandanna tied around her long, straight blond hair, cool sunglasses and a beaded peace necklace. Western Barbie The Barbie Revolution: 1981 Mattel embraces cowboy chic with Western Barbie.
Barbie came with a horse and a matching Ken doll
She also had a dress up set you could buy
it also blinks Designer Clothes The Barbie Revolution: 1985 Barbie in clothes designed by Yves St. Laurent, Pierre Cardin, Jean-Paul Gaultier, and Christian Dior. Barbie and Madonna The Barbie Revolution: 1987 Barbie's line of Concert Tour fashions, inspired by Madonna
include a Day-Glo bustier and skintight black pants. Barbie Joins the U.S Army The Barbie Revolution: 1989 Barbie joins the Air Force, Navy and Marine Force
fashions follow over the next three years
Her uniforms—ranging from battle dress uniform (BDU) to formal military dress—were approved by the Pentagon
her presence in the US Armed Forces validates the acceptance and the importance of women in the military to millions of young women Barbie and the Beats The Barbie Revolution: 1990 Barbie has a short-lived music career, singing with her group called Barbie and the Beats. Mattel's introduction of Native American Barbie
The barbie is Alaskan The Barbie Revolution: 1993 The Native American Barbie Harley Davidson Barbie The Barbie Revolution:1997 The Most Expensive Barbie The Barbie Revolution: 1999 Barbie Runs for President The Barbie Revolution: 2000 Bratz The Barbie Revolution: 2001 Barbie and the Nutcracker The Barbie Revolution: 2001 Barbie goes to Hollywood The Barbie Revolution: 2002 Barbie and Ken Split The Barbie Revolution: 2004 Dog and cat The Barbie Revolution: 2007 Trends The Barbie Revolution Fads The Barbie Revolution Icons The Barbie Revolution Harley-Davidson Barbie becomes the hottest doll of the year
the marketing experts fell in love with it
Barbie has a leather outfit, biker boyfriend and a new tattoo The most expensive Barbie doll in the world is unveiled to mark her 40th anniversary.
he doll wears jewllery containing 160 diamonds set in 18-carot white gold
worth £50,000. 20th century expensive Barbie
$95,361
created by Stefano Canturi Backed by Girls Inc., Barbie runs for President
Her campaign issues include equality, world peace, animal kindness, education, and the environment MGA Entertainment launched the Bratz range of dolls,
move that would give Barbie her first serious competition in the fashion doll market.
On December 3, 2008, U.S. District Judge Stephen Larson banned MGA from selling Bratz
He allowed the company to continue selling the dolls until the winter holiday season ended. The ruling will be in effect on February 11, 2009 at the earliest, and Mattel and MGA will meet in court on that date.
According to the terms of the court order, after the end of the holiday season, MGA must remove, at its own cost, all the Bratz dolls from store shelves,
MGA announced that it would be appealing against the court's ruling. highest grossing children's videos/DVDs in history Barbie stared in her first feature film
it aired on CBS thanksgiving day full movie trailer
Barbie becomes more popular with Hollywood such as, the Marilyn Monroe set, Rhett Butler and Elvis along with Pop Culture and Fantasy dolls such as Enchanted Mermaid. first myscene movie trailer full movie Romance is over for Barbie and Ken
After 43 years as one of the world's prettiest pairs, the perfect plastic couple is breaking up
The couple's "business manager," Russell Arons, vice president of marketing at Mattel, said that Barbie and Ken "feel it's time to spend some quality time - apart."
"Like other celebrity couples, their Hollywood romance has come to an end," said Arons, who quickly added that the duo "will remain friends." Barbie doll and toy dog, Tanner, and cat, Mika
also a poop and scoop and litter box accessory kit dream house
black barbie
bendable legs
cultural barbie
barbie movies western barbie
skipper barbie's sister
hippie barbie
astronaut barbie
designer clothes
bratz
barbie sings Ken
Barbie
mattel
bratz
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