Barbie gets pizzaiola version

The most famous doll in the world has just opened a pizzeria, a candy station, a garden and a new kitchen full of the latest tools. Yes, Barbie wants to continue inspiring children to imagine everything they want to be and, therefore, expands the product line “Cooking and Creating”, which brings gastronomic themes so that children continue to express their imagination and creativity through Just kidding.

There are four new cooking-themed kits that will hit toy stores later this month. Among them are the sets of Barbie Pizzaiola, Barbie Luxury Kitchen, Chelsea Garden and Stacie's Candy Station, which come with a modeling clay kit and accessories to encourage children to create different recipes.

Check details about the launches.

The Barbie pizza chef doll is ready to cook and create with a set of pizzeria, three colors of moldable dough and accessories that allow girls to create their own pizza! Small cooks can press the moldable dough, add “sauce” and “cheese”, slice, serve and make payment at the cash register. (Suggested price: $ 199.99)

With this kit, girls can create their own vegetable sandwiches, french fries and more! The set includes Barbie, lights and sounds, as well as accessories inspired by a real kitchen. (Suggested price: R $ 399.99)

Barbie Cooking and Creating – Stacie's Candy Station

Cook and create delicious desserts with Stacie and its Candy Station set that includes kitchenware, serving utensils, moldable dough, waffle maker and whipped cream machine. (Suggested price: R$ 139.99)

Cook and create vegetables and fruits with Chelsea's vegetable garden and Barbie's moldable pasta. The kit includes doll and accessories. (Suggested price: R $ 139.99)

About Barbie® –

Barbie was created in 1959 by the American Ruth Handler, co-founder of Mattel, who realized that her daughter Barbara, or Barbie, as she was nicknamed, liked to play with paper dolls that changed clothes. Until then, all the dolls had the appearance of babies and the paper doll was one of the only ones that had the face closest to that of a teenager. When launched, the doll was defined as the “teenager model dressed in the latest fashion”. Today, Barbie is recognized as one of the strongest brands of all time and a fashion icon worldwide. Like any diva, from the 90s famous designers like Christian Dior, Chanel, Versace, Givenchy, Carolina Herrera, Donna Karan, Giorgio Armani and Alexandre Herchcovitch dressed her on several occasions. Movie, theater and TV classics also won Barbie dolls featuring their most famous characters, among them: Romeo and Juliet, The Wizard of Oz and Star Trek, as well as muses like: Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Vivien Leigh and Grace Kelly. For more than five decades, the doll has inspired girls of all ages to dream, "travel" and discover that, by playing, they can be anything they want. The doll's lifestyle, which has already become a personality, has always made it popular with children and adults. In 55 years, she has had more than 180 professions, all portraying aspects of the culture and society of her times. Some emblematic examples are: Barbie astronaut (1965); Barbie medical surgeon (1973); Barbie President of the USA (1992).

About Mattel do Brasil

Installed in the country since 1998, Mattel do Brasil operates in the development of children's brands, leaders in almost all segments in which they operate. Its portfolio includes well-known names such as Fisher-Price, Barbie, Polly, Monster High, Uno, Hot Wheels and Max Steel. Known for acting in the development, manufacture, sale of toys and accessories, constant investments in innovation, media, promotions and for the close partnership with its customers, Mattel is one of the main companies in the sector. Present in more than 25 thousand points of sale, it contributes to the generation of jobs in retail, in the logistics sector and in the service area throughout Brazil. Brand licensing is another important focus of the company's operations in the country. Currently, more than 80% of articles licensed under the Barbie, Polly, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price and Max Steel brands are produced locally, through a network of more than 60 companies from different segments.


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