DEPARTMENTS____________

 

Pg. 8   Editor’s Letter

Pg. 9   Event Calendar

Pg.11  Men’s POV

Pg.22  JamieShow Event

Pg.30  Newsfront: Moneyqueen

Pg.90  Last Look: Summer Picnic

 

FEATURES_______________

 

Pg.14  Barbie Fashion For You

Pg.16  Your Journey To Japan

Pg.26  KD: 00-Fabulous

            by Pat Henry

Pg.32  The Wonderful World of Michael Ben

             By Ian Price

 

Pg.36  Downton Abbey: The Exhibition

            By Pat Henry

Pg.44  Dolls: A Hobby With A Pricetag

            By Michaela Unbehau

Pg.48  Outlander: The Collection

Pg.53  PashaPasha

            By Julia@elenpriv.com

Pg.58  Ipelhouse Junior

            By Angela Nielsen

Pg.60  Childhood Memories

            By Cindi Mortensen

Pg.64  Ottolini’s Sonia

            By Ian Price

 

 

FASHION_____________________

 

Pg.70  Killer Kawaii

            By Pamela Thompson

Pg.78  Holiday Fun

            By Ian Price and KimLondon

Pg.84  The Queen of Fashion

            By Michaela Unbehau

 

 

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Check out Pamela Thompson's fashion shoot- "Killer Kawaii"

Each quarter, the issue drops at the beginning of the season. So, despite this being April, we are sharing the summer issue with you. Ironically, it snowed several times here in New York while putting this issue together. Looking out the window made me think of the Crowded House song, “Four Seasons in One Day”. It made me a little bit wistful as I looked at the fantastic summer shots by KimLondon, and the stylish ladies dressed and photographed by Pamela Thompson.

 

The great thing about our contributors is the variety of dolls they collect. I don’t tell them what to write or shoot; they pitch their ideas to me. And rarely do they overlap or come up with the same exact thing. That’s the exciting part of putting the magazine together. Every issue is like a delicious meal of different flavors and spice. Sometimes there are more of the little ladies, and other times it is the big girls. Sometimes the boys make an appearance, and other times it’s about the fashion and accessories.

 

The underlying theme of this issue is childhood, and memories. This doesn’t automatically mean childhood dolls or dolls of children. It can be the memory of the dolls you had or the dolls you wish you had. I had never seen the Ottolini dolls from the feature produced by Ian Price, but I could imagine wanting them desperately as a young girl.

 

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