I felt compelled to work on a new contemporary doll after creating my Edwardiana doll, when I realized I hadn’t created a doll inspired by new fashions since 2010. She’s blonde blonde blonde, as a nod to the ultimate plastic fashion doll. She has a wardrobe of separates inspired by seven of the Spring 2013 collections from London and Milan. The selection is a bit of grown-up minimalist mixed up with young and weird, and I enjoyed rendering some of the textures and effects of the season.
If you, like me, can’t afford a whole new spring wardrobe to mix and match with, paper is an ideal way to pretend you can. This doll is available for purchase as a high-resolution printable PDF for $15 USD.
A PDF is a high-quality printable file. Unlike the images found on the web, there is clarity of detail which reproduces beautifully in print. Purchase this paper doll, and you can print her out for personal use – to cut out, play with and display.