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Stephen Jones for Barbie

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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.

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