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Another first — Barbie® doll had molded hair, not rooted, and came with three wigs (titian, blond, brunette). The swimsuit for Miss Barbie® was available in three colorations. The ruffled flounce attached to the knit suit in either solid pink, pink with golden glitter dots, or pink with golden printed-on dots.
All materials for my costume were purchased at a local fabric store (Mary-Jo's in Gastonia, NC) and a friend used a 1950's bathing suit pattern to make the swimsuit. I ordered a 1959 Barbie watch, Nicki Minaj Barbie ring, and gold hoop earrings from Amazon. Red nail polish, lipstick, and eyelashes were purchased from Ulta.
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Barbie® doll celebrated the mod era with a new look this year! This Twist 'n Turn Barbie® doll wore an orange plastic two-piece swimsuit that was covered by a white grid nylon cover-up with orange edging. Longer hair with bangs, rooted lashes and blue eyes, and the new body styling were all characteristics of this doll.
VINTAGE BARBIE DOLL: Allan "Ken's Buddy"#1000 Wearing Swimsuit. Original Box. - $200.00. This rare 1960s Allen (#1000) Barbie™ Doll is brand new and never used. It comes in its original Mattel package. Allen has red, plastic hair and is straight legged. This Allen comes complete with swimsuit, sandals, stand and pamphlet.
Barbie products include not only the range of dolls with their clothes and accessories, but also a large range of Barbie branded goods such as books, apparel, cosmetics, and video games. Barbie has had a media franchise starting in 1987, when she began appearing in a series of animated films.