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    THE FIRST line of Barbie Fashionistas dolls was released in October of 2009 and featured bendable limbs. In the years since, Mattel has continued the Fashionistas line and introduced a diverse range of Barbie dolls - from those with vitiligo to those with different body shapes. 2Barbie Fashionistas introduces new collections each year Barbie Fashionistas 2022: When is the release date? In June of 2022, Barbie fans can expect the latest line of Fashionistas to release via Amazon, Target, and Walmart. The line will also be available to shop on the official Mattel website. Each doll retails at $9.99. What is included in the Barbie Fashionistas 2022 line? Barbie announced the launch of their latest Fashionistas line on Wednesday, May 11, 2022. Read More on The US SunBARBIE'S WORLD How to get tickets to the World of Barbie experience tourLET'S GO PARTY An inside look at the Barbie movie cast Teaming up with audiologist Dr Jen Richardson, the Mattel team is introducing the first Barbie doll with behind-the-ear hearing aids in their 2022 collection. "I'm honored to have...
    If your child is bored, it may be tempting to hand over the iPad, but a new study may encourage you to reach for a doll instead. Researchers from Cardiff University have revealed that children talk more about others' thoughts and emotions when playing with dolls than with electronic devices. According to the team, speaking about others' internal states allows children to practice key social skills, and is beneficial for emotional development. Dr Sarah Gerson, who led the study, said: 'When children create imaginary worlds and role play with dolls, they communicate at first out loud and then internalize the message about others' thoughts, emotions and feelings. 'This can have positive long-lasting effects on children, such as driving higher rates of social and emotional processing and building social skills like empathy that can become internalized to build and form lifelong habits.' Researchers from Cardiff University have revealed that children talk more about others' thoughts and emotions when playing with dolls than with electronic devices What is internal state language? Internal state language (ISL) is when children talk about what they’re thinking...
    A WOMAN shared her huge Barbie haul after bagging ten dolls at £5 each from Smyths Toys... and bargain fans have gone wild for the tip. Emma Carter bought the dolls from the popular toy shop at £9.99 each but with a buy one get one free offer knocking the cost of a Barbie down to £5. 1Emma Carter uploaded a picture of the ten Barbies with a message telling everyone to go and grab the bargain for themselvesCredit: Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK The savvy shopper from Oldham uploaded a picture to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group with the caption: "Collected my barbie dolls from smyths today £5 each! £10 originally but buy one get one free Bargain!! [sic]" Fans went wild for the tip, which runs until the end of the day, with more than 1.2k comments on the post and more than 500 likes. Fellow bargain fans were quick to praise the toy haul and to thank Emma for the tip. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED One...
    Toymaker Mattel faced backlash on social media after its line-up of Barbie dolls celebrating the Tokyo Games did not include an Asian face. Mattel Toymaker Mattel admitted it "fell short" by not including an Asian Barbie in its line for the Tokyo Olympics. The line includes white and Black dolls representing new sports at the Olympics. Twitter users criticized the toymaker for not including an Asian woman when the Olympics were held in Tokyo. 10 Things in Politics: The latest in politics & the economy Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Toymaker Mattel "fell short" by failing to include an Asian Barbie doll in its line-up of dolls celebrating the Tokyo Games, the company said in an August 10 statement to multiple media outlets. Mattel showcased a range of five new dolls in a tweet on July 29, writing that the dolls would capture "the fun and friendship of the season."...
    She is the Oxford pioneer who led the development of one of the first life-saving Covid vaccines. And now Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert's contribution to the battle against coronavirus has been immortalised... in plastic. Toymakers Mattel have created a Barbie doll modelled in the vaccinologist's likeness. Dame Sarah said she initially found the gesture 'very strange' but hoped it would inspire young girls to work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem). She added: 'I am passionate about inspiring the next generation of girls into Stem careers and hope that children who see my Barbie will realise how vital careers in science are to help the world around us.'  The one-of-a-kind doll is dressed in a blue trouser suit, white blouse, black glasses and black shoes. Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert (pictured with her Barbie) said she initially found the idea of having the iconic toy recreated in her likeness 'very strange' but hoped it would inspire young girls to work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem) As well as the likeness of Dame Sarah, 59, the company has created models...
    Barbie's new collection of dolls are made almost entirely of recycled, ocean-bound plastic. Mattel Mattel has launched a collection of Barbie dolls made from ocean-bound, recycled plastic. "Barbie Loves the Ocean" includes three dolls and accessory sets made from 90% recycled plastic. Mattel, the parent company of Barbie, says it plans to make its products sustainable by 2030. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A new collection of Barbie dolls is made out of plastic that was bound for the ocean. On Thursday, the toy company Mattel launched "Barbie Loves the Ocean," its first collection of Barbies with bodies made from 90% recycled plastic. The dolls, dressed in beachwear, are available for $10 on Mattel's website.  The collection also includes three beach-themed accessory sets made from 90% recycled plastic that range in price from $10 to $20. Mattel will source the plastic from "within 50km of waterways in areas lacking formal waste collection systems," according to a press release from the company obtained by Insider. A Barbie and beach volleyball playset from the "Barbie Loves the Ocean"...
    Super-slim dolls like Barbie can impact the body image of girls, a Durham University study suggests.  Girls aged five to nine played with two ultra-thin dolls, including Barbie, and two dolls of a more realistic weight.  The ultra-thin dolls reduced the girls’ ideal body size, researchers found.  To show the difference between Barbie’s figure and that of real women, we digitally altered five writers’ bodies to match Barbie’s proportions.  Each writer then gave their verdict on their new figure and if dolls really do influence body image.   I’m living proof that a toy can be toxic to young girls  By Liz Jones There I was deludedly thinking I was thin, with Meghan Markle’s calves and Audrey Hepburn’s waist. I’m a size 8, after all. I barely eat. I run and walk every single day (Journalist Liz Jones at her home in Richmond, North Yorkshire) Seeing myself morphed into Barbie, it’s clear I’m simply not trying hard enough. I need to be tortured on a medieval rack and stretched Of course, a toy can be toxic. I’m living proof. I’ve...
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    Barbie's Fashionista doll collection is more diverse than ever. Mattel Barbie dolls turned 60 last year. Barbies have offered broader representations of race, nationality, body type, and career options over the years. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Despite turning 60 years old last year, Barbie never seems to age. Barbie dolls have, however, adapted to changing times with expanded career options, broader representation across race, nationality, and body type, and of course, the latest styles. Here's what Barbie dolls have looked like since they hit shelves in 1959.
    Barbie has become the latest presidential challenger to Donald Trump, as toy giant Mattel launches a 2020 campaign range ahead of the election.  In a Tuesday press release, Mattel announced that they were launching the Barbie 2020 Campaign Team to 'expose girls to public leadership roles and pique their interest in shaping the future.'  The set will include four dolls of different ethnicities 'including a Black candidate, to remind all girls they can lead from the polls to the podium.' They are currently on sale for $39.99. Mattel, Inc. announced on Tuesday that they were launching the Barbie 2020 Campaign Team, consisting of four diverse dolls The set includes dolls that can be a candidate, campaign manager, fundraiser or a voter There are several 'roles that make a winning campaign' in the set, including a candidate, campaign manager, fundraiser and a voter. All the career jobs are aimed to 'show girls the importance of a political team working together to win.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bodycam footage shows the moment quick-thinking officers......
    Wall Streets nightmare - Elizabeth Warren as Treasury secretary The Ford 999 used brute force to launch two historic careers Barbies new collection includes a doll with baby hairs, and fans are loving the inclusive hairstyle Barbie fans can't stop talking about a newly launched doll that appears to be one of the few to sport visibly styled baby hairs. © Barbie, Mattel Barbie welcomed four new dolls to its streetwear-inspired line. Barbie, Mattel On Wednesday, the beloved toy brand welcomed four new dolls to its pre-existing BMR1959 line — which stands for Barbara Millicent Roberts, the full name of the Barbie character; and '59, the year the first doll was introduced.  "So fresh. So clean. So #Barbie," the decades-old doll brand wrote on Instagram. So fresh. So clean. So #Barbie. This second collection in the #BMR1959 line celebrates Barbie’s fashion heritage by drawing inspiration from today’s hottest streetwear trends. Which look is your favorite? A post shared by Barbie (@barbie) on Jun 24, 2020 at 10:50am PDTJun 24, 2020 at 10:50am PDT  According to the brand website, the...
    Barbie launched a new collection of dolls with streetwear-inspired style and beauty looks. One of the dolls has styled baby hairs, which has caught the attention of fans online who are applauding the inclusive style. The new dolls are part of Barbie's BMR1959 line, which stands for Barbara Millicent Roberts, Barbie's full name; and the year the first doll was introduced. In January, Barbie began incorporating a series of new dolls into its lineup, including dolls with vitiligo, prosthetic limbs, and without hair. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Barbie fans can't stop talking about a newly launched doll that appears to be one of the few to sport visibly styled baby hairs. On Wednesday, the beloved toy brand welcomed four new dolls to its pre-existing BMR1959 line — which stands for Barbara Millicent Roberts, the full name of the Barbie character; and '59, the year the first doll was introduced.  "So fresh. So clean. So #Barbie," the decades-old doll brand wrote on Instagram. So fresh. So clean. So #Barbie. This second collection in the #BMR1959 line...
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