The Doll Lover's Dream Editorial

When I was a kid, I was obsessed with Barbies. I had twenty five of them and had been convinced to chop of all my hair on one occasion and get full marks in Maths on another, all in exchange for a precious Barbie. Since I used to stay in small cities as my dad was in the Army, I'd often make outfits for my dolls using paper and tape because of the unavailability of Barbie clothes there. As I grew older, I couldn't relate to Barbie's signature favorite color as its so girly, and you couldn't find a single pink piece in my wardrobe in the past 5-6 years till I got this dress recently.  However, ever since Jeremy Scott's created Barbie's dream collection for Moschino for Spring Summer 2015, I think I'm gonna channel my inner Barbie! Right from the trademark Barbie font, to the bubblegum pink outfits and their styles, you'll instantly recognize Barbie's looks from the collection (Images here and video here). Check out model Charlotte Free roller skating down the Moschino runway below -

Barbie is definitely making a comeback and Vogue Paris' editorial named Panoplies takes this to a whole new level. Shot by Giampaolo Sgura as "Never Removed From The Box" Barbies, models Elizabeth Erm and Magdalena Frackowiak transform into real-life designer dolls in looks by Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Valentino and more. Each picture has the models positioned in their boxes, wearing this clothes from each designer's latest collection, surrounded by accessories attached to boxes by those plastic twist ties that instantly reminded me of my childhood Barbie obsession. I'm loving Gucci, Valentino and Moschino, of course!

Don't you love these? Which one's your favorite?