A new Barbie version doll pays tribute to the famous English musician Sir Elton John, the new figure is inspired and stays true to the singer's seventies style.
A new version of the popular Barbie It has been molded following the aesthetics and style using iconic elements of the "Tiny Dancer" interpreter, a bomber jacket that would bear his name and a pair of flared jeans with the initials of his name, not forgetting also his classic glasses and a purple hat .
The outfit to create the image of the doll would take inspiration from the iconic concert of the musician at Dodgers Stadium in 1975, a very special occasion for the singer who performed at that venue, breaking records in adding the largest number of attendees during that year.
A moment that would undoubtedly also be captured through the movie of his life, "Rocketman"Meanwhile the British composer and pianist has expressed his feelings regarding this new honor.
Barbie is an icon in her own right, so having her pay tribute to my work and personal style is a true honor. Elton John said of this collaboration, "I hope it inspires fans everywhere to follow their dreams and limitless potential without fear, "he added.
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It is worth mentioning that this new release is part of a limited collection and can be obtained for $ 50 dollars, without a doubt it is a very important symbol that the artist's fans would like to have in their collection.
Through the official Instagram account of the most popular doll in recent times, Barbie, appears in an image of this new version posing next to a piano, an iconic piece in each of the artist's presentations.
Pop star. Icon. Consistent man.
#Barbie pays homage to the extraordinary career of the legendary @ EltonJohn, in celebration of 45 years since his decade-defining performance at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
Today's famous 73-year-old music star, Elton John, has forged a career spanning more than 50 years in which he has released around 30 studio albums and sold more than 300 million copies worldwide, one of the the most successful artists in history.
His discography, which includes famous songs known worldwide, including "I'm still standing", "Sacrifice", "Your Song", "Crocodile Rock", "Nikita", "Sad Songs" as well as other popular songs that have formed part of children's category films including "Can You Feel The Love Tonight", "Circle of Life", "Hakuna Matata", which were part of the soundtrack of the film "The Lion King" one of the most popular productions. acclaimed and awarded by the so-called "Factory of dreams", the Walt Disney company.
The success of the famous singer has been the fruit of a long career, his music, which has been classified among the genres soft, pop rock, or glam rock, however he has ventured into many others ranging from country, disco, R&B to harder forms of rock.
In the same way he has also participated in tapes like "Rocketman" a reflection of his own life, in addition to other titles such as "Kingsman: The Golden Circle", as well as other stories that have taken up his music in the tapes "Gnomeo and Juliet" and "The Golden".
The popular figure who has gone beyond being part of the entertainment of a mostly child audience, has sought a way to inspire more and more young women with a greater diversity in terms of their collectible dolls by presenting figures that according to the times are breaking paradigms.
The Barbie family, which was initially part of the Mattel brand and today belongs to the Hasbro firm, has dedicated itself to launching characters with diverse qualities, mothers, professionals and even figures from the public milieu who have left their mark on various scopes.
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Now, Barbie has considered giving a new meaning to her fame, carrying the idea that she is a role model for the little ones, she has decided to promote dolls that increasingly represent a real world.