This Is What a Mowalola Bratz Doll Looks Like
And we’re here for it.
Bratz has teamed up with London-based label Mowalola on an all-new collection of haute fashion dolls.
Reimagining two signature Bratz Collector dolls, the collection sees fan favorites, Jade and Felicia, upgrade their looks with unique pieces designed exclusively as part of the collaboration. The limited-edition dolls aim to represent the youthful spirit of both brands, and fall in line with Bratz’ foray into the world of fashion.
Both Jade and Felicia have received a full makeover from Mowalola, with their looks taking cues from team Mowalola’s favorite Bratz collections of the past, including “Tokyo A Go-Go,” “Pretty ‘N’ Punk,” “Treasures” and “Live in Concert.” Jade wears a mesh yellow dress finished with pleather stars and platform sandals, topped off with knee-high socks, alongside a pleather mini dress for her second look. For Felicia, her outfit consists of a red pleather ‘MTV’ zip-up jacket and skirt set, complete with the Mowalola logo and a white star-shaped top.
“Mowalola is recognized for bold, creative looks that focus on diversity and embracing individuality without rules, a sentiment that is shared by Bratz and MGA Entertainment at large,” said Isaac Larian, CEO and Founder of MGA Entertainment in a press release.
“Growing up as a tomboy in Lagos, Nigeria, I have always been fascinated by Bratz dolls with their extreme beauty, looks, and out-of-this-world-fashion,” adds Creative Director Mowalola Ogunlesi. “This collaboration with the brand gave me the opportunity to re-examine the ideals of beauty and femininity and how I could bring Bratz into my world and make them reflect my own ideas of beauty. That’s why I’m so excited to work with MGA and the Bratz team in designing and offering these dolls.”
Each doll arrives in premium display packaging, complete with two detailed outfits, shoes, handbags, accessories and a certificate of authenticity. The Bratz x Mowalola collector dolls are now available for purchase from major retailers, alongside Mowalola’s website.