Rear Window Grace Kelly Doll

I had to jump through Gilt hoops to get to this description:
The sophisticated beauty of Grace Kelly is captured in this Barbie Doll inspired by her character in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window. The elegant chiffon dress is a simple style with a v-neck bodice and full calf-length skirt in classic black and white. The top of the skirt features a branch pattern that extends ethereally from the belted waist. Classic pearls accessorize at the neck and wrist, while a white chiffon shawl, white "satin" gloves, and black heels complete one of Grace Kelly's most iconic looks.
  • Pre-Release GILT Exclusive
  • Official release in December 2011
  • For ages 6 and over
Use of the name and likeness of Grace Kelly by permission of the Princess Grace Foundation-USA, a non-profit organization that continues Princess Grace of Monaco’s commitment to supporting emerging artists. www.pgfusa.org.
Production doll may vary from the photo shown above. Mattel reserves the right to modify the fashion/fabrics, sculpt, hair color/style, and accessories. Doll cannot stand alone as shown.
Brand: Mattel
Material: Plastic
Origin: Imported

Gilt is a website selling merchandise of all kinds including brand name fashions and accessories for everyone. I don't know their connection to Mattel but they are also selling several other Barbie dolls.

The price for the doll is $35. on the Gilt site. I would just like to be able to buy the fashions from this and the two other dolls I'm not going to purchase. I did buy the Silkstone honeymoon (The Romance) giftset. It's selling for $125. on this site.

Click here for the link to Gilt.


  1. Rear window is available at almost all doll dealers and shipping at the same time from dealers. what's the big deal? PS They are sold out at Gilt.

  2. I got the To Catch A Thief doll, mostly for the fashion and I also would love to have this fashion too.

  3. GILT sells closeouts, but ones that are a higher caliber generally than something like say.... big lots (= and all exclusively online (& only to those who sign up/free). Certain things sell out really quickly. Started out offering mostly label clothing and accessories for men and women, then home items too but has also branched out considerably. A few months back they had a bunch of black dress barbies. ~ib