3/17/2014

Tonner's 2014 Deja Vu Spring Collection - UPDATED

The Deja Vu line is so tempting to me because of the period fashions. I wish I had dolls who could wear them without alterations.
Several new dressed dolls and separate fashions were revealed today by the Tonner Doll Company. The best is this sketch of a dressed doll called Moonlit Romance. (See update at bottom of this post.)
Moonlit Romance $199.99
 The other dressed dolls:
Red Hot $179.99
Spicy Night $174.99
Countryside Visit $209.99
The separate fashions:
Polished (Outfit) $99.99
Thoroughly Modern (Outfit) $89.99
Crisis Calm (Outfit) $89.99

My favorite is the Red Hot dressed doll. It doesn't look as if it's available yet because there's no "add to bag" button under her. I also like the Thoroughly Modern and the Polished outfits.
I just wish the doll would close her mouth once in a while.

They are offering free shipping for the next 7 days. Use the code DEJAVU14 at checkout. 

The image for Moonlit Romance has been revealed. She's much prettier than the sketch. Hehe.
 
Moonlit Romance $199.99




5 comments:

  1. Hoping the 20s outfits fit Gene!!!!

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    1. Don't hold your breath, Steve. Gene is much fuller at the waist and chest. These dolls are flat chested and extremely skinny.

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  2. I just bought the Thoroughly Modern outfit and thank you so much for the free shipping coded!

    I love these Deja Vu dolls, even though so many don't like her open mouth saying she looks vapid or hit in the head with a 2x4... I think it's the 1920's or Betty Boop shocked face equivalent to the duck lips today's young women seem to think is attractive... I liken it to a kind of an stylized version of the whimsical or playful face of the 20's flapper.

    I'm really enjoying the dolls and finding outfits from Ellowyne and Gene that fit with minor alterations and new accessories. I'm, also, sewing for the dolls, probably the easiest period costumes are these 1920's style fashions and the key seems to be the fabric choices and details... great fun!

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  3. The fashions are lovely, but I agree with you about her mouth. Maybe it's just me, but I think it makes her look like an "air head".

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    1. I don't mind parted lips but this gal's mouth is open as if she's breathing through it. It's just extreme.

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