As new Barbie™ holiday ornaments debut and continue a cherished tradition, blogger Matt Stevens reflects on his family’s own decorating delights…
By Tara Zucker
My heart skips a beat when I see him walking up to my door. I can’t control myself—I start to imagine various scenarios and all the joys that await. I conveniently forget any past failures, gripped with a certainty that this time everything will be perfect.
Kitty Corner™ Francie® Doll epitomizes a teenage girl’s devotion to fashion and fun as she prepares for a fab slumber party! When you’re hosting a sleepover, success lies in the details, including a change of clothes, pizza with everyone’s fave toppings, and a late-night double feature. Luckily, eternal hipster Francie will make sure her get-together will keep you entertained all night long.
The effort that went into this year's National Barbie® Doll Collectors Convention was mindboggling! I'm still entranced by those spectacular Silkstone® Barbie dioramas in the grand ballroom of the Hyatt Regency!
I just returned from this year’s Barbie® Convention held at the Hyatt Regency in Orange County, CA, and as is often the case, I can’t wait to go back next year! As far as guilty pleasures go, Barbie Conventions remind me of fabulous televised special events like the Olympics or Academy Awards (except, ha, we always want the Oscars to end…)!
Iconic Hollywood fashion and costume designer Nolan Miller leaves behind a remarkable legacy that changed the television landscape and influenced popular culture for five decades.
Fashion and science fiction capture my imagination because of their projections of the future. The fashion world depends on it, with designers displaying tomorrow’s looks on runways before the designs are mass-produced. Likewise, science fiction offers a peek at fantastical worlds of the future, and tantalizing marketing campaigns for sci-fi movies often get me hooked — especially to check out the fashions!
by Tara Zucker
The French word "atelier" might sound highfalutin, but it simply means "workshop" or "studio." It doesn't matter whether it's a sun-drenched loft with a view of the Eiffel Tower, or a converted garage with a view of the driveway; an atelier is a space to think, to dream, and to create.
In a previous post, I recalled my attempts to sing in preparation for our high school musical Guys and Dolls. Naturally, I also needed to learn some nifty dance routines courtesy of Ms. Greene, the director/choreographer. So, in addition to stretching my already strained vocal chords, I tried to coordinate two left feet while she breathed fire every time I took a false step.
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