Livre Barbie - Assouline
Livre Barbie - Assouline
Livre Barbie - Assouline
Livre Barbie - Assouline
Livre Barbie - Assouline
Livre Barbie - Assouline
Livre Barbie - Assouline


Barbie book

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Barbie book Assouline edition.

Features :
  • 340 pages
  • more than 350 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in November 2023
  • Dimensions: L 25.1 x W 32.99 x D 3.89 cm
  • Silk hardcover
  • ISBN: 9781649803214
  • Weight: 3.0 kg

Celebrate Barbie's sixty-fifth birthday with a book dedicated to the captivating story of the world's most popular doll. Designed by Mattel founder Ruth Handler, a revolutionary feminist visionary, Barbie defied 1950s norms by establishing a role for women beyond that of wife and mother. By embodying an identity independent of her family, Barbie symbolized a stunning modern shift, expanding the horizons of what a doll – and a woman – could be. Across the decades, this book comprehensively explores the evolution of the Barbie doll, from its creation in 1959 to the present day, presenting fascinating facts, innovative ideas and never-before-seen images. From Marilyn Monroe to Margot Robbie, from fashion designers to first responders, Barbie remains the essential icon of an American phenomenon. Today, more than a billion diverse Barbie dolls, representing more than 250 careers, have been acquired around the world, reflecting a variety of nationalities, ethnicities and body shapes. Throughout the pages, readers will discover not only Barbie's rich history, but also her distinctive magic: a doll through which girls can project their own aspirations, whether they dream of being a doctor, a rock star, a paleontologist, Olympic medalist, Major League Baseball player, virologist, or environmentalist.