The new collection will be created sustainably.

License Global

February 3, 2021

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I’m a Girly, creator of fashion dolls worldwide, is collaborating with upcycling fashion brand The R Collective to create the world’s first sustainable and upcycled clothing collection for dolls. 

“We are excited about the collaboration with I’m a Girly,” says Christina Dean, founder and chief executive officer, The R Collective. Especially because here we bring two worlds together and translate our mission – to create a more sustainable fashion industry – creatively and collaboratively, while also inspiring the next generation of young fashion consumers.”

The program will use excess fabric from the fast fashion industry to draw attention to waste in both the fashion and toy industries.

“This collaboration is an exciting step for all of us in the right direction,” says Theresia Le Battistini, founder and chief executive officer, I’m a Girly.

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