Barbie was introduced to the world at the American Toy Fair in New York City. The Ken doll was named after Handler’s son and was introduced two years after Barbie in 1961. Handler was the co-founder of Mattel, a company that manufactures a variety of popular toys.
Stefano Canturi Barbie
As the sun set against the iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House, Barbie by Stefano Canturi, rose up before adoring guests at Australian Fashion Week. Barbie by Stefano Canturi sparkled in her CUBISM necklace featuring a beautiful rare Argyle pink diamond set amongst the Canturi signature ‘Cubism style’ white baguette and carre cut diamonds.
Barbie And The Diamond Castle
Barbie and the Diamond Castle is a 2008 direct-to-video computer-animated musical film and the 13th entry in the Barbie film series. The film features the voice of Kelly Sheridan as Barbie. It is the third musical in the series.
Songs for the film were written by Amy Powers, Guy Roche, Russ DeSalvo, Gabriel Mann, Megan Cavallari and Jeannie Lurie along with executive producer Rob Hundnut. “Connected”, the main song, was sung by Katharine McPhee.
De Beers 40th Anniversary Barbie
While this rare Barbie has an estimated worth of $8,000, a mint condition doll sold at auction for $27,450. According to The Richest, you can tell if yours is a first edition model by checking for holes in the bottom of her feet — the second edition had solid feet.
Pink Diamond Barbie
To celebrate Barbie’s 40th anniversary, Mattel paired up with De Beers to outfit this glamorous doll. Along with a full-length sheer skirt, gold bikini top and matching tangerine wrap, this doll is rocking a belt that features 160 diamonds from the big-name jewel company. She was sold for $85,000.
Barbie Princess Doll