Saturday, March 1, 2014

In A Manly Manner

The male doll. Dolldom recalls the days when G.I. Joe, Ken, Big Jim, and Matt Mason were the principal cast of characters in the world of male dolls. Much has changed since those days and today's fashion doll scene offers a wide variety of male doll characters who, in many cases, are much more than mere escorts  for female fashion dolls. Today's male doll is his own man and exists for a sector of the doll collecting population that enjoys delving into the gentleman's sartorial adventures.

Havana Nights Lee by JAMIEshow caught Dolldom's attention for his youthful and serene look. His bald head is the perfect style to impart a certain air of toughness to an otherwise kind and affable expression. With 20 points of articulation, Lee is the consummate fashion model as the photos of this exclusive portfolio illustrate.  A limited edition of 100 dolls worldwide, this Asian-American character will bring elegance and diversity to those who acquire him.

In DAE Original's peacoat and Tonner Doll's sweater, Lee is ready for a day of nautical fun.

Who's the man behind the dark glasses?

It's Lee, looking tough while giving face.

Lee wears Tonner Doll's Huey fashion, inspired by the musical Memphis. Dolldom thinks that Lee rocks the look.

Havana Nights Lee shows off his posing abilities.

Lee comes wearing silky boxer shorts and leather sandals.

King of the Ski Lodge. Lee wears an oatmeal sweater by Tonner Doll Company for the Matt O'Neill Collection.

Formerly worn by Daniel Craig in the movie The Golden Compass, this well-tailored suit by Tonner Doll is ideal for more formal occasions.

The smoking jacket. A necessity to live out a James Bond fantasy.

This vintage style by Effanbee Doll Company for Basil St. James is hardcore Agent 007.

For more on Lee, visit JAMIEshow's site. 


  1. WOW!!
    Everithing Is SO perfect in this posting.We have an awesome doll a hot fashion style and the usual talent of your eyes,Ernesto...What To Say? LOVE LOVE LOVE Simply like this!!

  2. Thank you so much for your visit and your comment, Jorge!