Kidrobot Announce Vladonna DIY Alternative Fashion Doll
The new season of RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE premiered a few weeks ago, and today Kidrobot announced Vladonna, an “alternative fashion doll” of fan favorite and runner-up from the 7th season of the competitive reality show.
The Vladonna DIY Alternative Fashion Doll by Matthew Lent (aka Pearl) and Gina Garan stand 12 inches tall and will have 3 different versions each with their own hair color (blond, black, and purple).
They are now available to order directly through Kidrobot here.
More information on the figures is below courtesy of their press release.
The Vladonna DIY Alternative Fashion Doll by Matthew Lent aka Pearl & Gina Garan
Now Available Exclusively at Kidrobot.com
What happens when RuPaul’s Drag Race star Pearl (aka Matthew Lent), esteemed doll maker Gina Garan and premier art toy brand Kidrobot get together? Meet Vladonna! Vladonna is the brand new alternative fashion icon that will be whoever you want her to be! Vladonna is taking the world by storm, making her official world debut exclusively at Kidrobot.com today, Friday the 13th of April!
“Our inspiration for Vladonna was to create a fun and fantastical world where you can escape from the reality,” said Matthew Lent, aka Pearl. “Vladonna’s world is only limited to your imagination, where the stresses of life simply don’t exist. Vladonna is for everyone, because she is everyone no matter your sexuality, gender, race, size or talent. There is an unattainable standard to exist in this world; shine but don’t overshadow, be open but protect yourself, tell the truth but stay politically correct. But Vladonna doesn’t even know who the president is! She is the coffee break from life’s pressures full of fun, fashion and glamour. She allows you the chance to show the world what beauty truly means to you with the DIY customizable version. Vladonna is whoever you want her to be!”
Author: Dan Berry
Dan is a veteran of various pop culture events (13 different ones in 2018), with his first having been San Diego Comic-Con in the early 90s. He’s attended everyone since 2000. In addition, he has covered the San Diego International Film Festival for a few years, as well as other Hollywood events, and movie screenings.
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