Photos by Amy Lombard. I'm at the headquarters of the toy company MGA Entertainment, and a male Bratz designer—whose name MGA publicists would not tell us on record citing undisclosed legal reasons—is gushing about Kylie Jenner. Since they first debuted in , the "ethnically ambiguous" dolls as a company representative called them have become famous for their street wear style, huge heads, and pouty mouths. Listicle writers regularly call Kylie a Bratz doll, thanks to her trademark big lips and PacSun chic style, and the designer takes this as a compliment. She embodies the dolls," he explains. Like Kylie, the Bratz dolls have spawned controversy since they became a household name.
Meet the Designers Behind the Controversial Bratz Dolls
Meet the Designers Behind the Controversial Bratz Dolls - VICE
Dolls that teach young girls how to dress and act like sluts. Bratz unknown. A doll line by MGA Entertainment which first debuted in as a series of 9. Bratz are a line of dolls, created by MGA Entertainment. They have pretty large eyes and they have big heads so that they would look more anime and cartoonish. They have detailed clothes that always keep up with fashion as their motto says: "The girls with a passion for fashion".
People are turning themselves into Bratz dolls and we’re obsessed
Jolene Dawson, from Queensland, started making innocent YouTube videos about her 'awkward hook-ups' so she could have a laugh with her friends. But the year-old - who transitioned from male to female at the age of 19 - said the 'pressure' to find 'new and interesting sex stories' for her channel quickly escalated. As she found herself having sex up to 10 times in one day, the self-confessed sex addict revealed how she slept with about 90 men within six months. Speaking to Daily Mail Australia exclusively, Jolene - who was born male but now identifies as a woman - has told of how her pursuit of frequent hook-ups made her turn her life around to become celibate.
Four original inch dolls were released in —Yasmin, Cloe, Jade, and Sasha. They featured almond-shaped eyes adorned with eye shadow and lush, glossy lips. In , global sales were two billion dollars and, by , Bratz had about 40 percent of the fashion-doll market. Bratz dolls have provoked controversy in several areas.