Monday, April 14, 2014

The Girl From I.N.T.E.G.R.I.T.Y. Poppy Parker

2014 Upgrade Doll
Original Price: $170, which included a W Club membership.
Limited edition of 870
Ship date: Late June 2014


This lady was one of the upgrade dolls that members of Integrity Toys' W Club could buy when they signed up for 2014.  She was offered with two other upgrade dolls:  "Fashion Explorer" Vanessa, and "Countess Danielle Du Voisin," a doll from the Jem collection.  All three dolls plus the club membership would have been $420.

She had the Caucasian (a.k.a "FR white") skintone, with rooted black hair and applied eyelashes.  She came with two pairs of hands: one regular pair, and one pair with painted on black "gloves." 

I ordered this one, so I'll edit this listing with more information once I get her.  :)


Tricks Up Her Sleeve Poppy Parker

Original Price: $100
Limited Edition of 400

From Integrity Toys' "The Premiere" convention, Oct. 31- Nov. 2, 2013, in Los Angeles, California.  She was an IT Direct/Salesroom Exclusive.


Elegant Evening Poppy Parker

Original Price: $140
Limited Edition of 300

"Elegant Evening" was the luncheon table centerpiece doll at Integrity Toys' "The Premiere" convention, Oct. 31- Nov. 2, 2013, in Los Angeles, California. 



Star in the Making Poppy Parker

Original Price: $125
Limited Edition of 450

From Integrity Toys' "The Premiere" convention, Oct. 31- Nov. 2, 2013, in Los Angeles, California. 


Workshop Poppy 2013

Original Price: $60
Limited Edition of 300

The doll from "Poppy's Makeup Makeover" workshop at Integrity Toys' "The Premiere" convention, Oct. 31- Nov. 2, 2013, held in Los Angeles, California.  Like all previous workshop dolls, she came nude.

Especially For You Poppy Parker

Limited Edition of 500

"Especially For You" was the Friday luncheon giveaway doll at Integrity Toys' "The Premiere" convention, Oct. 31- Nov. 2, 2013, held in Los Angeles, California.


Thursday, September 5, 2013

Barefoot in the Park: Poppy Parker as Corie Bratter

Barefoot in the Park
Poppy Parker as Corie Bratter
Limited Edition of 800 sets
Original price: $160.
Ship date: Late Sept. 2013


Two sets of dolls based on the 1967 movie "Barefoot in the Park" were offered for pre-order in July 2013.  The first was a Poppy Parker doll set with three fashions; the second a Poppy and Chip set.  The movie was based on a Neil Simon play, and starred Robert Redford and Jane Fonda.

"Poppy Parker as Corie Bratter" had forward-facing blue eyes with neutral-toned eyeshadow and neutral lips.  She had applied upper eyelashes and used the same eye screening as "Foto Fab," "In The Air" and "Sweet in Switzerland."  Her hair was a reddish-blonde updo, and she used the "Caucasian" skintone (re-branded in 2013 as "FR White"). 

She came with three coats, three pairs of shoes, two dresses and one sweater-and-skirt fashion. 

Outfit #1 consisted of a red, long-sleeved turtleneck sweater with a striped miniskirt in faux suede.  It had a matching camel-colored faux suede coat, with off-black pantyhose and black boots that came to mid-thigh.

Outfit #2 is the ensemble used in a dinner scene in the movie.  It had a light pink mini-length dress with a bow at the shoulder, with a coat from a darker pink fabric.  The set had tan pumps and nude pantyhose. 

Outfit #3 was a blue mini-length dress covered by a blue coat with dark fake fur trim.  It used dark gray pumps.  This dress wasn't actually shown in the movie.  The designers wanted to create a dress to go with the blue coat from the film's opening scene, in which Corie and Paul go for a carriage ride and announce to the audience that they had just gotten married.

Accessories also included two clutch purses in dark brown and tan; two gold bracelets, hoop earrings and a wedding ring.