Meet Lammily The New ‘Realistically Proportioned’ Fashion Doll [Video]

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Last year, Nickolay Lamm, a digital artist, set out to answer a question: What if fashion dolls were made from standard female body measurements? To bring his question to life, he altered the Barbie into what he considered a real woman’s measurements. Little did he know it would create such a buzz that parents and kids would be asking for this doll.

From The Global Grind:

The images of his doll went viral, causing parents and kids alike to question where they could find a Barbie more like his. The problem, though, is that a doll like that doesn’t exist. Until now.
Lammily is now on her way to production with the help of crowdfunding. With 28 days left to fundraise his $95,000 project, Lamm has already earned an overwhelming amount of support and $227,610. He’s now partnering up with Robert Rambeau, the former vice president of manufacturing at Mattel, to find a manufacturer so Lammily can make her debut this year.
With a 32-inch bust, 31-inch waist and 32-inch hips, Lammily promotes realistic beauty standards and a healthy lifestyle
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As we last checked, the amount of support has risen to a whopping $340,000 + with 27 days left.

Peep more pics of the Lammily doll and the video of the creator below:

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3 thoughts on “Meet Lammily The New ‘Realistically Proportioned’ Fashion Doll [Video]

  1. Well, I guess. Growing up I was more interested in finding black dolls more so than worrying about sizes, but then again I was tiny, so size wasn’t really an issue so much as being black and proud.

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