by Dutch Fashion Doll World
This Sunday Kindom Doll is releasing their latest creation Eden.
Eden is Kindom Doll’s third Atelier dressed doll and the final outing of the Demetae sculpt for at least a year.
Named after Cornwall’s Eden Project, which houses the world’s largest indoor rainforest, Eden is our own playful tribute to the important relationship man has with plants.
Roman Bronze coloured resin provides the perfect foil for the vibrant makeup palette chosen for Eden. Botanical green shades of deep juniper, zesty lime and soft pistachio frame her eyes which are the palest green of fresh spring grass. A high pink blush sweeps her tanned cheeks whilst a delicate cherry blossom pink glosses her lips. Her hair is an ornate pompadour confection of candy pink blended with blonde, providing a 360° feast for the eyes!
Eden captures all the decadence, indulgence and otherworldly qualities of the eighteenth century French court whilst retaining a modernity echoing current fashion trends. Dressed in an extravagantly billowing pink toile du joey strapless gown with a subtle hi-low hemline allowing viewers a glimpse of her origami grass green heeled mule slippers. Finally her jewellery maybe our most spectacular yet! Chandelier earrings adorn her in an opulent combination of gold and pink whilst a collar of pink “pearls” encircle her neck, the highlight of which is the gold framed teardrop faceted Swarovski crystal. A pink crystal and golden bead cuff bracelet completes her suite of jewellery.
To complement her idyllically pastoral appearance, Eden has a wealth of essential accessories. Her sculpted resin shepherd’s crook has been given a hand painted finish to mimic the burred appearance of wood and her handbag appears to be a florist’s aluminium bucket filled with pink flowers. A woven shallow basket is lined in moss and filled with such delights as a hand tied bouquet of pink roses and fresh greenery, speckled and white hen’s eggs, a key to her secret garden, tiny gardening scissors to cut her flowers, a jar of honey with a golden bee motif and a wicker heart.
Finally Eden has three extra pairs of hands in addition to her classic hands; pink dressing hands, pink “gloved” pose hands and stiletto nailed hands which are exclusive to the Demetae sculpt.
I LOVE everything about this doll. And she would be perfect in the little farmers village that Marie Antoinette had to escape the royal court near Versailles.
And how on trend is Kingdom Doll by using that delicious pink Toile du Jouy the same week when Dior presented their Cruise collection that was filled with Toile du Jouy fabric.
Eden will go on sale Sunday at 6pm UK time. She is limited to 35 pieces and cost $925
for more information http://www.kingdomdoll.co.uk