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Barbie dresses up as a candy skull to celebrate the day of the dead

September 4, 2020

Barbie Día de Muertos is available from September 2nd in the Palacio de Hierro and from September 15th in all department stores, in self-service and in e-commerce.

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Barbie dresses up as a candy skull to celebrate the day of the deadBarbie dresses up as a candy skull to celebrate the day of the dead

Mattel announced the arrival of the second edition of Barbie Day of the Dead That he will dress in a sugar skull this year to pay homage to the sweet side of the festival that is a cultural heritage of humanity.

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The 2020 edition of Barbie Day of the Dead It shows the elements that make up this tradition, such as sugar skulls, chocolate skulls, the bread of the dead and the colored coffins that we find in offerings and markets. The doll wears a rosewood-colored dress with lace, beaded accents, a flower-embroidered cloak, and strands of gold that stand out in her hair under a crown of skeletal hands holding roses and daisies. Her face is painted like a traditional catrina with very colorful elements that reflect the details of this season.

Image: Courtesy Mattel

The doll is part of Barbie’s signature line, which aims to expand the segment for collectors and fans of all ages and genders through the recognition of pop icons and role models most relevant of the current era with exclusive editions.

Image: Courtesy Mattel

Barbie Día de Muertos is in the Palacio de Hierro from September 2nd and in all department stores, self-service and from September 15th E-commerce.

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