In this video, I will be unboxing Siren Silhouette Korinne Dimas from the Maison FR Paris capsule collection. Korinne is a showstopping beauty in her floor length chiffon gown. The gown has a mermaid silhouette, and features sophisticated draping details. The siren call of Korinne for me was strengthened by her outstanding accessories. She has a clutch with a butterfly closure, pumps with a holographic finish and metal heels, "emerald" and "diamond" chandelier earrings, and an "emerald" ring. The 12.5 inch articulated fashion doll also comes with a doll stand and story card.
My doll couture series continues with "Hiyas".
In this video, I unbox Slay All Day Keeki Adaeze basic doll from Integrity Toys.
In this video, I discuss my top ten most wanted Barbie dolls while unboxing Barbie Basics Model No 02 Collection 001.
The "Doll Couture" series of short videos continues with the "Dalisay" beaded gown by Deph Hermoso. This fabulous gown was made in the Philippines!
Classic Barbie glamour is brought to the forefront in the Pink Collection doll. This silkstone doll is the first of a new series, and was designed by Robert Best. For the first time, the silkstone material was used on a model muse body--something that I had speculated on months prior to the announcement of these dolls. Barbie is absolutely stunning in a sweeping off-the-shoulder, high-low gown with bow accents. The gown has layers and layers of cascading ruffled tulle. Her pink strappy sandals are adorned with bows, as well. She wears gorgeous chandelier earrings. The doll has the closed-mouth Millie face sculpt. This is a gold label doll with an edition size of 20,000.
Barbie Pink Collection doll is a breathtaking beauty.
The hype train for Barbie Extra has come and gone, but I still wanted to unbox these dolls for my channel.
My first YouTube #Shorts video performed phenomenally! It racked up more than 23,000 views overnight and brought in over 120 new subscribers. As promised, I will make a series of short videos about doll couture. Fingers crossed, the entire series will do well.
About the Webmaster
My name is Jared. I began collecting dolls in 2011. It all started with Barbie® Basics Model No 16 Collection 002 for me. Soon after that, I started photographing my dolls, editing the images and sharing my work on my Tumblr photoblog, Life in Plastic. "Playing" with dolls has inspired me to learn to sew, paint with acrylics, re-root doll hair, practice my bead craft, among other things...My collecting hobby turned into a passion for creating art in different media!