Ombres Poétique = Poetic Shadows
Poésie Enchantée = Enchanted Poetry
Poésie Sans Couleur = Poetry without Color
Integrity Toys put lots of effort into "Ombres Poétique" Mademoiselle Jolie, the last 2014 W Club exclusive doll, but missed the mark. The gown, which could have been drop dead gorgeous, is a boring, boring beige with forgettable trim.
It consists of layer upon layer of tulle, all the same color. They had an opportunity to actually create an ombre (shaded, nuanced) effect by using graduated colors and eliminating the trim.
I would have rather have the gown in all black but Tulle is so fragile, I'm wondering if I dare dye it.
Maybe some other brave soul will attempt it first.
The ribbon ties on the shoes are a fiddly annoyance. I found that the arch of the shoe did not conform to the doll's feet but they stayed on anyway.
In addition, the mini giftset comes with some lingerie which I haven't put on a doll yet.
If I were going to keep mine, I'd repaint her lips as I don't think the parted mouth does anything for this particular sculpt.
In 2007, the same sculpt was used for two IFDC dolls as Luchia Z. Photos below are IT promo.
After that it was anyone's guess who was who as Isha lost her ethnic edge in all the incarnations except in "Purple Pose."
Another doll named Imogen used the sculpt as well, not too successfully I might add.**
**Ed. NOTE: I have been corrected. Imogen is not the same as Isha/Luchia. (1/22)
There may be more. Only the Shadow knows.