The Barbie Collection Fall ’09

I just found out that I will be hosting PopLab on the LOGO channel from Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week in Bryant Park. It will air on LOGO on February 25th. I’m PSYCHED!!

I am specially excited to see the Barbie collection.

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Back in November we posted the news about Barbie entering the fashion world at age 50 and Mattel plans a runway show in February, as part of fashion week in New York, with 50 as-yet-undisclosed designers who will produce life-size outfits inspired by Barbie. Wait no more, today, the brand released the official line-up of celebrated designers who will showcase one-of-a-kind, adult-size creations at Barbie’s first-ever runway show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York on February 14th. The epic fashion event will celebrate the past, present and future of fashion, with Barbie doll as the muse. The show is part of a year-long, global celebration of Barbie’s 50th anniversary that includes pink carpet events, marquee partnerships, retail celebrations, must-have products and numerous tributes in design, fashion and more. And we can’t forget that Christian Louboutin will be designing pumps in iconic Barbie Pantone 219 Pink for Barbie! Wow I can’t wait to see the outfits!

The complete list of designers (in alphabetical order) includes:
Alexander Wang
Anna Sui
Baby Phat
Badgley Mischka
Betsey Johnson
Bob Mackie
Brian Reyes
Calvin Klein
Carmen Marc Valvo
Catherine Malandrino
Chris Benz
Costello Tagliapietra
Derek Lam
Diane von Furstenberg
Donna Karan
Erin Fetherston
House of Field
Jeremy Scott
Juicy Couture
Kai Kuhne
Kenneth Cole
Koi Suwannagate
Lyn Devon
Marchesa
Michael Kors
Monique Lhuillier
Naeem Khan
Nanette Lepore
Nicole Miller
Norma Kamali
Peter Som
Rachel Roy
Rag & Bone
Rebecca Taylor
Reem Acra
Robert Best
Rosa Cha
The Blonds
Three As Four
Tibi
Tommy Hilfiger
Tory Burch
Tracy Reese
Trina Turk
Tuleh
Twinkle
Vena Cava
Vera Wang
Vivienne Tam
Yeohlee
Yigal Azrouel

This is gonna be TOO MANY THINGS!!

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