- Mattel is releasing three high-fashion “Star Wars”Barbie dolls this fall as part of its signature collection.
- The collector items are inspired by characters and looks from 1977’s “A New Hope.”
- A Mattel representative tells INSIDER this is the first round of “Star Wars” character-inspired Barbie dolls.
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Available for pre-order now, three high-fashion dolls inspired by the concept art for Princess Leia, Darth Vader, and R2-D2 in “Star Wars: A New Hope” will be available in November. Each collector doll retails for $US100 and comes in its own unique packaging highlighting the iconic character.
A representative for Mattel tells INSIDER this will be the first in a series of “Star Wars”-inspired dolls for collectors. Keep reading to see the full collection so far.
The Princess Leia doll features the character with her iconic hairstyle.
The Leia doll features a silver corset belt, a matching handbag, and elegant white shoes. The Mattel doll adds braids to Leia’s iconic hairstyle.
The Darth Vader-inspired Barbie trades in his helmet for some stylish shades.
Anakin Skywalker’s armour is captured in a chic and shiny full-on black look that comes complete with a cape.
Barbie’s blue hair and eye makeup give a nod to R2-D2.
The droid’s look is captured through Barbie’s dome skirt and bomber jacket.
You can pre-order the R2-D2 Barbie here.
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