The Kylie Cosmetics founder, 25, has teamed up with the toy company to release their first-ever celebrity doll collaboration.
On Tuesday, the brand launched six miniature Kylie dolls — the Mini Bratz x Kylie Collectibles — that recreate some of Jenner’s most iconic fashion looks, including her 2019 and 2022 Met Gala outfits.
The following day, Jenner shared a cute clip of her 5-year-old daughter Stormi wearing a red tulle dress and playing with the dolls in a post on her Instagram Story. In the Boomerang-style video, Stormi holds up two of the dolls in their boxes while surrounded by piles of opened packaging.
“had to get storm all the minis @bratz,” the reality star captioned the Story.
Jenner also shared an Instagram Reel from the Bratz brand announcing the collaboration. The Reel showed off the six dolls, which also come with accessories including a miniature Norman — Jenner’s Italian greyhound — and a red carpet rope barrier.
The first doll sports Jenner’s 2019 look for the Met Gala, where she wore a lilac feathery Versace dress and a matching purple wig, while the fourth doll rocks Jenner’s Off-White bridal-inspired look from the 2022 Met Gala, where she honored late fashion designer Virgil Abloh.
Other looks include Jenner at the 2022 CFDA Fashion Awards in a black Mugler high-slit gown, and the dazzling crown and black corset gown she wore to the Mugler Couturissime exhibition opening in New York City last year.
In a final Instagram Story on Wednesday, The Kardashians star teased that’s there more to come from her collab. “more @bratz surprises coming soon 🤍,” she wrote.
“I have been a fan of Bratz since childhood and I’ve always wanted my own Bratz doll,” Jenner said in a press release announcing the collaboration. “I have loved every step of the process this past year in creating these dolls alongside the Bratz team. I’m so excited they are here!”
Bratz Creative Director, Jasmin Larian added, “This is a seminal moment in Bratz history to join forces with Kylie Jenner as the brand’s first-ever celebrity collaboration. Kylie truly embodies everything Bratz has stood for since its inception 22 years ago – from being disruptive and rebellious to energetic and expressive.”
“Not only will this collaboration expand to Kylie’s millions of fans, but it will also reach the audiences that grew up with Bratz and are excited to relive the Y2K Bratz lifestyle today. We couldn’t be prouder to welcome Kylie into the Bratz family.”
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