Barbie for big girls.

Jason Wu and Integrity Toys partner with Montaigne Market

Is there any better way to help celebrate Paris Fashion Week?  Nope…I didn’t think so.  This stunning beauty will be available only through the Parisian boutique Montaigne MarketAccording to Integrity Toys, she will have an edition size of 300 and will be up for sale on Montaigne market’s website in early March.  No specific date is given.  Suggested retail is 150 Euro plus shipping and handling.  Montaigne Elise Jolie 1

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This one is straight from Jason Wu’s Spring 2014 RTW line

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Montaigne Elise Jolie 2

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Montaigne Elise Jolie 4

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Montaigne Elise Jolie 3

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Montaigne Elise Jolie 5

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Montaigne Elise Jolie 6

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I Die!!!  Will be trolling the Montaigne Market website for this one definitely.  See the full article with Jason Wu about this here http://www.wwd.com/fashion-news/fashion-scoops/jason-wus-designer-dolls-7345261?src=rss/fashion-scoops/20140109

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7 responses

  1. Tracy Jaffe

    Oh Rebecca, this looks like the bitchiest doll you have ever had! A redhead with blue eyes to boot! Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2014 03:22:42 +0000 To: tracyjaffe@hotmail.com

    January 9, 2014 at 7:26 pm

    • {SNORT!} Only for you Tracy…only for you would Jason Wu make this doll LOL! Isn’t she fab though?!

      January 9, 2014 at 7:28 pm

  2. LauraLA

    Loving the no-stain neutrals that this Elise and the W Club upgrade Vanessa are wearing. I know the dark colors stain and try not to leave my dolls in black or red outfits but sometimes my middle aged brain takes a vacation and when it returns and finds stains on the dolls some very unpleasant expletives spew forth. One thing I like about the resin dolls like Sybarites is that while they stain very easily, they usually are easy to fix compared to vinyl.

    January 10, 2014 at 9:17 am

    • Excellent point Laura! I had not even considered the fact that these neutrals are no-stain. One of these days, the chemists will find a way to formulate the vinyl so we no longer have these issues. Someday :-) I try to avoid dark colors for long periods of time on my collection too.

      January 11, 2014 at 7:51 am

  3. toto

    Hmmm at first I was like I want her badly, but now, not sure, the more I look at her the less I like her… Lets see: I like her red hair and the fact that it is straight and long, I am very happy about it. The makeup is very nice, because Elise looks the best with neutral makeup, BUT the glitter on her eyelids looks strange on the photos, maybe in real life it will look great, but I do not like it on promos. The dress looks nice, but it reminds me of the Dazzle Collection. The look from the runway does not translate too well, the dress looks too shiny for me. BUT I like the chain and the back of the dress. The jacket as a separate piece looks great, but with the dress… not sure what to say. The shoes are nice and the bag is OK, not excited. Overall, I think I will skip it.

    January 11, 2014 at 4:43 am

    • I would say it’s good news for you that you are not liking this one. She will be crazy difficult to get. I hear what you are saying about the gold sequins. Not my particular favorite but I think it was as close to the proper scale and feel that they could get. I love the back of this dress and I love the mixture of super sexy sleek dress with big boxy jacket. I am excited to see what else IT has in store for us. Nothing like starting the year off with a bang. :-)

      January 11, 2014 at 7:54 am

  4. toto

    Yes, my wallet is safe and happy, for now :) Hope real life pictures will not change my mind, though.
    Just can not wait for the new collection to be revealed!!! And NuFace, it feels like it has been years since they announced new body!!!

    January 11, 2014 at 9:19 am

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