They are an Attitude.

Last month Singapore saw its first official Toy and Comic Convention – STCC ’08. While there was a lot of coolness that transpired and would make an engaging long-ass post that no one is going to read, I am going to concentrate only on Blythe today.

First, what is Blythe?

Blythe is a doll designed by Allison Katzman in the 1970s. The main feature of the doll used to be her eyes – large and beautiful – that changed colors by a pull of a string. However, the dolls did not do very well and sold only for one year in America. As all great things, Blythe also became extremely popular after 30 years and the production began again in 2004.

Priced expensively, the doll teased me in different styles from this stall in STCC. I was saved only by my camera.

Click thumbnails for larger images.

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