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sep 03, 2012

pink in pantone barbie doll

‘pink in pantone barbie doll’ created in collaboration with mattel and pantone

 

 

one of the largest toy companies, mattel, has joined forces with pantone to release the ‘pink in pantone barbie doll’,  conceived by mattel designer linda kyaw. the signature color was translated into an outfit for the iconic figurine with an ensemble sporting PMS 219C – a shade of pink actually owned by mattel themselves. the dress is characterized by a fitted bodice – accented with a full flower – which then fans out into an undulating skirt made of cloth pantone color chips, and the entire getup finished off with pink-soled stilettos. a smattering of silvery and black bangles and hoop earrings complete the look.

the shade of barbie pink – PMS 219C – is actually owned by the toy company mattel

a fitted bodice fans out into an undulating skirt

the ensemble is complete with stilettos and accessories

  • ohhhhhhhhh dear ohhhhhhhhh dear what has the world come to

    sam says:
  • Gosh, it looks like real, isn’t it??
    ¡¡Amazing!!

    tresT Comunicación says:
  • pantone and lego – done

    ricky says:
  • I love this. It shows that inside the restrictions of marketing, cost and political correctness the designers at Barbie have a sense of humor and style.

    tregs says:
  • @ricky – You noticed too? I thought I was the only one tired of these 2 topics. Its just bashed into our heads. Can you spell ‘oversaturation’? Pun intended.

    NoMorePantoneLego says:
  • tristezza infinita

    onekiss says:
  • thank you! @ricky
    it seems now they only need to put up some more pun-ny photos to top it off…

    what happened to all the design you guys used to post?
    its been a while…

    rickJAMESbiatch says:

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