Liz Cole to make her this beautiful reproduction of our gal's dirndl using a perfectly scaled vintage print. It's perfect for going to the library to research dolls and clones. Her glasses are Judy Littlechap's and the Kelly Bag-like purse is by DAE Originals for Vivette.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Time of the year for the required physical examination? It all starts with the necessary analyses of bodily fluids. For anyone out there undergoing the needed albeit disagreeable tests, here is Lalka. Portraying the nurse from hell (or heaven, you choose), in a stark white and so seductive nurse's uniform by Liz Cole for Retros, Lalka is Dolldom's tribute to the professional phlebotomists the world over.
"Nurse?" "Yes, I'm coming." Nurse Lalka is in charge of your well-being. Lalka doll by Julian Kalinowski. Nurse set by Liz Cole for Retros. Jewelry from Barbie Fashion Model Collection.
Friday, July 13, 2012
Monolithic Studios grande dame ignites the screen in her first ever musical "Tenderly Yours".
From The Return to Hollywood Collection, Liquorice Crush Madra Lord (Item # 92087) was an instant sell-out. No wonder. At a limited edition of 200 dolls, this red (and red means red) headed model immediately stole the heart of every fan of La Lord, famous star of Monolithic Studios.
Mel Odom and Integrity Toys did her right. With references to a fantastic Balenciaga design and Joan Crawford's coiffure in the MGM musical Torch Song, this is the ultimate Madra Lord.
The make-up boasts subtle touches of translucent aqua and grey eye shadows that bring out the apple green in the actress' eyes.
Gorgeousness is Liquorice Crush Madra Lord by Mel Odom and produced by Integrity Toys.
Madra Lord emotes for the camera in "Fire for Hire". Coat and dress by Liz Cole for Retros. Peacock necklace by Joy Jarred.
Making mouth waters in Retros by Liz Cole, Madra Lord reigns supreme.
Dolldom enjoys creating a good retrospective. And red hot Liquorice Crush Madra Lord is the perfect dame to celebrate in the middle of summer.