(Pics) Dress Up A Creative: Paper Doll Designers

(Pics) Dress Up A Creative: Paper Doll Designers

The August issue of Creative Review features a set of male and female dress-up designer dolls.

Laura Feinstein
  • 28 july 2010

It’s a longstanding joke that the creative set in most cities can often be identified by their ‘uniform’ of skinny jeans, iPhones, Mac laptops, and stylish haircuts. However, in the August issue of Creative Review, the makers of the magazine have gone one step further by actually providing a set of male and female ‘dress-up designer dolls’ – complete with accessories such as vintage shirts, creative beards,  bags (for holding knitting of course), bike, and other creative class necessities.

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