The mini Bratz x Kylie Jenner collection, released on Tuesday, marks the first time a celebrity has been transformed into one of the dolls that became one of the most popular dolls of the 2000s thanks to its glamorous style, exaggerated features and inclusive skin tones. from 2001 to 2006, their first five years on the market, they reached $2 billion.
The new capsule collection features “Bratzified” Jenner in six different iconic outfits, including the lavender-feathered Versace gown she wore to the 2019 Met Gala and the white Off-White gown she debuted in the same event three years later. Manufacturer Bratz MGA Entertainment promised in a press release that a “full line” of Kylie dolls would be released in the coming weeks.
As the Bratz dolls’ cat eyes, full lips, and expressive cheekbones became the standard of beauty and aesthetic that Jenner and her family popularized, it’s no surprise that Jenner has become an inspiration for the dolls that the celebrity herself is sometimes compared to.
“I’ve been a Bratz fan since I was a little girl and have always wanted my own Bratz doll,” Jenner said in a press release, adding that she “loved every release in the last year of making these dolls with the Bratz team.”