News, reviews and photographs of Modern Fashion Dolls including Sybarite, BJDs, Fashion Royalty, Tonner Dolls, Gene Marshall, Barbie and my own experiences as a doll collector.
wow...is this legal? Roflol!!!!
Apparently it is very legal.
Yes it is legal because clothing is considered by law to be a "useful article", having an intrinsic utilitarian function, which means you cannot copyright the clothes themselves, or even the design of the clothes.
Great finds! For probably the first time ever, I prefer the doll versions. Of course, the pink bow would have to go on the Silkie. I think Gretel's dress has a lovely flow to it and I like the embroidery at the bottom.Which do you prefer in prototype photos which may vary widely from what we get LOL?Amanda
I like the doll Gretel's dress better than the model's because the model looks mannish to me and there's nothing pretty about her. I like pretty on my dolls.As far as the Silkstone fashion, I don't care for either one.
Not going to stop me buying, but these are making me depressed:1-They're near identical copies, sometimes right down to the styling zzz I'm VERY disapointed.2-They only remove cool elements instead of replacing or adding to the dress.
Don't let it get you down. Buy what you love no matter what!
I think it is pretty cool to have a miniature version of haute couture!
My opinion exactly.Cassandra
The Evening Gown Silkstone looks like a wedding dress. They should rename the doll, because it looks nothing like what suggests. Its only saving grace is that its an AA Silkstone and not another pasty blonde.