Go exotic! with new LEOPARD "Magic Fit" curve cuddling separates! Perfect for daytime or television wear. Seen here in 3/4 sleeved top with peek-a-boo back and matching cropped pants. You'll be the cat's meow!
The "Magic Fit" separates collection, which launched in the late 1950s, caught on quickly with the jet-setters quite quickly for its style, comfort and fabulous fit. As TV caught on, so did marketing efforts around fashions for this favorite new pastime. Not only were jetsetters enjoying these clothes, but so were the lounge arounds at home. As sales picked up, bold patterns and colors were peppered throughout seasonal collections. Leopard was Cedrick's favorite neutral so it was added to pretty much every collection of every season. Rightfully so.
This doll is one-of-a kind and comes fully dressed in leopard from head to toe. Her outfit is made from a stretch leopard fabric in a simple shapes. She has a turtleneck with 3/4 length sleeves and cropped pants. She has a green belt with rhinestone buckle, green bangle bracelet, gold hoop earrings with a bit of a ruffle pattern to them, green heels and a beautiful handmade phone tote. It's open at top for easy access and the dial is embroidered with metallic thread. Gold vinyl is used for the receiver and there is a green embroidered heart at center. Outfit sewn by Tania Lawrence. Accessories by Mr. B.
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Fabiola's face is hand-painted then sprayed with a matte finish. This Fabiola has glossy lips. Her body is hand buffed, then a wash of bronzer is added to some areas. She is then highlighted in fine glittery gold dust and is sealed with a gloss finish for extra glow. Her custom box is reminiscent of perfume packaging of the 1950s. The back of her box includes her bio. Series 1 is limited to 300 dolls and her number in that series is listed at the bottom of the box. A simple acrylic stand is also included.
Fabiola is approximately 11.5" tall. She is a pin-uppity glamour doll for the adult collector and is not a toy. She is one of a kind and should be treated as a work of art.
Series 1 is limited to 300. "Leopard Magic" is no. 24