Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Stephen Jones for Barbie

barbie-hero.jpg

There are few people in the world who can call up any designer and have them create a bespoke outfit, but Barbie is one of those people (no, she can't use the phone, but just go with us here).

A range of designers have already created outfits for her, such as Alaïa, Burberry, Comme des Garçons, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Louise Gray and Roksanda Ilincic, and now she's got another designer to add to that list in the form of milliner Stephen Jones.

The famed hat-maker has created a collection of Christmas-themed outfits, including headwear and complete couture looks.

The Barbie department in Selfridges is set to sell the dolls priced at £250, which will be available from Friday 15 November.

Comments

More

Where to buy the most iconic party dresses in film on the high street

Including THAT green dress from Atonement...

by Sejal Kapadia Pocha
19 Jul 2017

Daily outfit inspiration with our look at the best dressed A-listers

Casual dressing ideas from stylish celebrities

19 Jul 2017

25 fashionable and functional bikinis for summer 2017

Invest in one of these stylish pieces to see you through the rest of summer

18 Jul 2017

The latest H&M designer collaboration is here and it's fit for a royal

Kate Middleton, Michelle Obama and Alexa Chung are major fans

by Harriet Hall
13 Jul 2017

Meryl Streep has an insane Barack and Michelle Obama handbag

And you really need to see it

by Kayleigh Dray
13 Jul 2017

H&M just announced a collaboration with this very chic French brand

by Nicola Colyer
07 Jul 2017

Nickelodeon has released a seriously retro fashion range for adults

Because who wouldn't want a Rugrats t-shirt?

by Jasmine Andersson
07 Jul 2017

This week’s Style List: jewels, summer scents and statement towels

All your sunshiny needs sorted

05 Jul 2017

This River Island dress is a summer must-have, according to Instagram

Fashion bloggers are obsessed with this high-street frock

by Kayleigh Dray
05 Jul 2017

This major fashion brand has stopped retouching models’ stretchmarks

“I’ve never ever seen a model with stretchmarks and I needed it.”

by Moya Crockett
30 Jun 2017