Barbie must be one of the most spoilt girls in the world. She’s been given a whole new collection of twelve Little Black Dresses and twelve one-of-a-kind dresses designed by some Council of Fashion Designers America designers.
Isaac Mizrahi, Kate Spade’s Deborah Lloyd, Tory Burch, Rachel Roy, Alexis Bittar, Betsey Johnson and Monica Botkier are just some of the CFDA designers who created mini versions of their signature looks for Barbie – can you pick who else took part? Each designer showed their unique design esthetics as they created their Barbie’s; which will be auctioned off on eBay at 10pm EST tonight until February 7 with the entire net proceeds directly benefiting CFDA education initiatives and scholarship program.
Bidding start at $100 so clear your credit card balance now.
If you can’t get your hands on the CFDA designer Barbie’s, you can collect all twelve of the new Barbie Basics collection (pictured below) that will bring Barbie’s wardrobe in line with a modern woman’s wardrobe with the iconic LBD. Twelve dolls will each sport their own distinct silhouette of the fashion classic and represent a variety of hairstyles, facial features and skin tones (yay!). The dolls can be customized to represent your own personal style with the ultra-chic accessory packs, including shoes, scarves, jewelry and more.
Instead of getting into a bidding contest you can pick up one of these Barbie’s in store or win one through Twitter from February 1-16. We’re not sure about the details but start following @BarbieStyle now for updates.