I Love Mel blogger and artist Mel Simone Elliott has gone old-schoo,l and crafted mix-and-match paper dolls of two of Britain’s most well-known models. One set of paper dolls depicts Kate Moss, while the other set is of Agyness Deyn.
The paper doll tributes are available for about $20 and on the I Love Mel site.
Refinery 29 is reporting that each of the two ladies comes “with several tab-adorned wardrobe options—stripes and vests for Kate, polka-dots and flannels for Agy.”
Another classic, the Barbie doll, is getting some model star power of its own. German supermodel Heidi Klum will be immortalized in the form of the iconic doll as part of Barbie’s Blonde Ambition Collection. The collection celebrates iconic blondes in the fashion and entertainment worlds. That said, the pregnant model is staying mum about what we can expect from the doll saying “you guys just have to hold onto your horses a little while longer and then maybe then you’ll know and see.”
Lastly, Nicole Richie, who has had surprising success with her moderately priced jewelry line House of Harlow 1960 (the name stems from the 60’s vintage inspiration and the name of her first daughter) is coming out with a line of apparel and shoes that, unlike her jewelry, will be inspired by “old English, equestrian and more sophisticated looks,” according to People Magazine.
Richie further told the magazine that she’s been working “really hard on designing and picking the right fabrics for my Spring 2010 line.” We somehow still have an inkling that the line will be very similar to the Rachel Zoe-inspired vintage frocks she is often seen wearing, but only time will tell.
Images courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.