Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Larger fashion dolls, the 2000s

I'm just as surprised as you are that Madame Alexander
decided to get into the large-head fantasy doll business.

Last but not least is the list I've created of larger playline fashion dolls made since 2000.

Bratz et al by MGA Entertainment
Get Real Girls by Get Real Inc.
Glimma Girlz by Funville/Dolgencorp Toys, sold at Dollar General
Gwen Stefani by Huckleberry Toys
Lammily by Nikolay Lamb
Lolli by Pamson, sold at Dollar General
Liv et al by SpinMaster Ltd.
Moxie Girls et al by MGA Entertainment
Spacepop by Madame Alexander (yes, you read that right)

Sweet Princess by Dolgencorp Toys, sold at Dollar General (Glimma Girl’s sister)


Barb the Evil Genius said...

I was just as surprised as you when I saw these dolls in store and checked to see who the manufacturer was. I guess if you can't beat them, join them. These don't seem to be selling well, though.

D7ana said...

Cool list, Skippercollector! Thanks for sharing.

I'd like to suggest 5 other larger (11"-13") doll lines:

1. The Lollipop Girls by Jan McLean

2. Mixis by YNU Group

3. Prettie Girls by One World Doll Project. Please note: there is a "Tweens" Prettie Girls series that has huge heads: I ignore them.

4. Mallaville Dolls

5. Fashion Royalty - expensive, yes, but they are post year 2000 dolls.

There are other doll manufacturers for this size, however, these are some I have or hope to have some day that I thought I'd share.

Thanks for the lists of dolls in these posts.