Creatable World Doll

Name: Creatable World Deluxe Character Kit #dc-319

Made by and When: Mattel, 2019 (released to market)

Material: All vinyl with extra articulation at elbows, wrists, knees, and ankles

Marks: ©2018 Mattel (on head); ©2018 MATTEL/1186 MJ. 1. NL/MADE IN CHINA

Height: 10 inches

Hair/Eyes/Mouth: Black rooted hair/brown painted eyes/closed mouth

Clothes: Wears white jersey-knit undershirt and underwear; has a variety of mix and match clothing, shoes, and accessories.

Other: This non-gender-specific doll is a first of its kind to allow children to determine the gender or change the gender of the doll. Clothing and accessories include an orange T-shirt with a zebra on front and black-trimmed collar, camo skirt, tan bomber-style jacket, red knit cap, white sneakers with green laces and purple soles, yellow slip-on sneakers with black and yellow check uppers, royal blue strappy sandals, silver lamé biker shorts, sunglasses with purple lenses, acid-washed light blue jeans; a multicolored striped, long-sleeved button-down shirt, and a black shoulder-length curly wig. At the time of this doll’s manufacture, there were a total of eight different Creatable Deluxe Character Kits with dolls of different complexions and a claim by the manufacturer that 100+ looks could be created from each set.

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