Barbie for big girls.

Recklessness in the Studio!

I received the lovely dolls I ordered from the “Reckless” collection from my fabulous Integrity Toy’s dealer  this past week and I have to say…I am not disappointed at all.  The facial screenings are delightful and the fashions and accessories exceed expectations on most levels.  My only complaint is that the choker necklaces on both Ayumi and Erin needed to have adjustments.  On mine at least the choker was too tight a fit and I ended up adding another bigger jump ring so it would close around the neck.  I know some people are just popping the heads off and putting the necklace on but that seemed like too much work to me given how often I redress these models…so the jump ring was a good solution for me. 

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

The braids were a surprise to me and apparently a lot of other collectors.  They didn’t show these in the promo shots so I made sure to showcase them in these pictures.  Definitely a Moschino influence with the burned edge bow.

Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

Moschino 2016 RTW

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

Jessy Ayala did a marvelous job with the modern day “Clueless” inspired collection.  It’s young, its hip, it’s edgy and it also manages to be fun.  I am looking forward to photographing different looks.

I also ordered the Erin but did not get individual shots of her so I went ahead and did a group shot of the girls I did order.  I will be adding Lilith and hope upon all hope that I can add the Eden to.  Please shine down on me oh Lottery Gods.

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

And…because, as Jessy explained to us at the last IT convention, this collection was inspired by the movie Clueless…I just had to do this.

©2017 Inside The Fashion Doll Studio-Recklessness in the Studio

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9 responses

  1. This is an AMAZING group with great attitude and facial screening.
    LOVE the FAB clothes too !! I also waiting for Smoke & Mirrors Lilith to complete my group.
    EXCELLENT group, Jesse !! Thanks !! Keep it up !!

    March 16, 2017 at 6:38 am

    • Yes I completely agree!! Jessy is really hitting it out of the park with this collection. If the styling is meeting with your discerning eye Ken then we are all good 😉

      March 17, 2017 at 7:54 am

  2. Norita

    Is the 2nd doll Erin? Sorry don’t collect IT. She looks very much like Melania Trump to me in your picture. Nice

    March 16, 2017 at 8:01 am

    • Hi Norita! Erin is the blond on the right of the group picture. Giselle is in the middle and Ayumi is on the left. Are you sure you don’t want to try the waters in the Integrity Toys pool? 😉

      March 17, 2017 at 7:53 am

      • Norita

        Oh I’ve had many, just don’t collect them any more…

        March 23, 2017 at 7:00 am

  3. These ladies are indeed stunning! I had to pass on these as they became available as the same time my furnace died and I had to make the choice to keep warm, but I did order the Smoke and Mirrors Lilith and also hope the lottery gods shine down on me so her twin can join her in my collection!

    March 16, 2017 at 9:24 am

    • Thank you Phyllis! Yes, furnaces are very important and you made the right choice 😉 I am having a love hate relationship with my furnace currently so I can somewhat relate. Wishing both you and I luck on the upcoming lottery Eden.

      March 17, 2017 at 7:51 am

  4. Marina

    I ordered these dolls also and my only complaint is the same as yours. The choker necklaces for Ayumi and Erin needed another link. No one should have to pop the heads off to get the necklaces on. They should be made with the correct fit.

    March 19, 2017 at 8:54 am

    • I completely agree Marina. Here is hoping the next collection will have better fitting jewelry 😉

      March 23, 2017 at 7:04 am

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