1/14/2015

Wilde Imagination: New for 2015 and a Bit of Yoko

If this doll doesn't look like Yoko Ono then I don't know......
"Bright Moon"   LE350    $229.00   In Stock
Evy's gown is stunning but just more of the same - lots of fabric, black, long, sweeping things going on. I think the glasses are a great touch even if they're out of character.
I love Yoko's leather embellished jacket.  Yoko was 80 in 2013 when this photo was made. Not bad, eh?

There are nine new dressed EG dolls. Among the nine is a Mortimer, an Angelique and an intense-looking Parnilla in a gorgeous sequined, faux fur trimmed coat. I use the word 'intense' in an effort to be diplomatic regarding my opinion of her face.
Parnilla "Time To Go"  LE350   $219.00   In Stock
Nine new outfits, too, are part of this release and only two of them are black. The prices are all under $100. for the new outfits, except for one.
This is my favorite. It's only a bustier and pair of shoes.
"Midnight Silver Set"   LE250  $69.00   Shipping 1/26
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There are 11 new dressed Ellowynes which include a new male character, Penn. 


Most of the new Ellowyne line offerings are only sketches. 

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Out of all the other offerings, I must comment on Sad Sally. This line of 7" resin dolls is so darn adorable and highly tempting. I'm trying to be strong as they fit nowhere in my collection. But just look at these.

"Pretty Sad" is a new release. "It's My Hat" is not.
"Pretty Sad"     $260     Shipping 1/26     Edition Size not specified
"It's My Hat"    $285.00  In Stock  Edition Size not specified
One of the outfits available: (This is not a new one.)
"Happy to Be Sad" (Outfit Only)  LE200  $50.00  In Stock






5 comments:

  1. I love Bright Moon and Midnight Silver Set- I am okay with Evangeline over-doing it a bit with the black flowy stuff, since she's a goth. "Pretty Sad" is super cute too- but I have had some poor experiences lately with Tonner's dolls/wigs with "curly" hair arriving in terrible shape. I do wish that Tonner (and Integrity) would post their marketing photos of actual dolls, not prototypes...

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    1. I know what you mean. This is why I wind up spending $65-$70 for each wig I buy from wig makers. At least I know that what I'm getting is quality.

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  2. Hi I Adore your blog and sent an email to you for your doll sales and just wanted to make sure you check for it - Thank you!

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