February 21, 2018, 1:02 pm
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Barbie love Plains & Prints

EVER since her debut 58 years ago, she continues to inspire many women around the world to be everything they want to be. She’s career-oriented, fashionable, and never goes out of style. Her influence is ever-evolving and continues to be relevant from generation to generation.

This international fashion icon is none other than Barbie and her timeless elegance truly mirrors what Plains & Prints is all about.

This holiday season, Plains & Prints collaborates with international brand Mattel to reinvent some of Barbie’s most iconic looks for a new 10-piece capsule collection.

Bringing functional style and glamour together, the Barbie Loves Plains & Prints collection features pieces inspired by Barbie dolls from different eras—Teenage Fashion Model (1959), Parisienne (1959), All That Jazz (1968), Winter Concert (2002), Chinoiserie (2004), Mod Redux (2004), Ballet Wishes (2013), Blush Beauty (2015), Party Perfect (2016), and Soda Shop (2016) Barbie dolls.

“We’re excited for the collaboration with Mattel, Inc. because it is something we have never done in the past.  I believe many women still aspire to be like Barbie not just for her fashion sense, but also for the way she effortlessly exudes elegance and that’s what Plains & Prints also aims to provide them,” says Roxanne Farillas, Vice-President of Plains & Prints. 

Roxanne also adds that the collection gives women access to elegant clothing for parties and occasions, just in time for the holiday season. 

Meanwhile, Plains & Prints brand ambassador Anne Curtis is getting all nostalgic with the collection.  “I’ve loved Barbie since I was a child and I remember how I used to say that I just want to be like her. I’m glad that this collection allows me to relive that dream as a grown up woman,” Anne says. 

The new collection is available at Plains & Prints stores nationwide.
 
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