Introducing 14-year old Kaila Bradley, the fierce fashionista and her identical twin sister Zaria, the classic, cool braniac. Always together and always dolled up, they are known as the Double Dutch Dolls, the stars of a brand new multicultural book series and line of multicultural 18-inch fashion dolls for girls ages 8 and up.
The brand’s mission is simple: Through Fashion and Fun encourage young girls to explore and appreciate each other’s differences and similarities. Beauty comes in all shades and the brand seeks to create a community that celebrates the multicultural beauty of every child.
The growth in children of color has surpassed the majority. Still, the availability of products, specifically dolls and books celebrating children of color is extremely limited. There are few African-American, Hispanic, and Multiracial dolls available that effectively capture the beauty of the multicultural girl. And, few books that relate to African-American, Multiracial and Hispanic middle school girls dealing with peer pressure, school, and coming of age.
The first two books in the Double Dutch Doll series, “Double Dare” and “Double Trouble” are currently available on Amazon.com. Book #3, “Double Time” will be available this Fall. The first two 18” fashion dolls released were based on main characters Kaila and Zaria Bradley. The other 4 dolls will be available beginning Winter 2014. The six Double Dutch Dolls characters are smart, beautiful and stylish. Brought to life in the Double Dutch Dolls book series, the characters promote the beauty of African-American, Hispanic, Biracial and Multiracial girls.
Founded in 2013, Double Dutch Dolls’ mission is through fashion and fun, encourage young girls to explore and appreciate each other’s differences and similarities. The brand offers a line of multicultural books, toys and accessories that celebrate the beauty, experiences, and diversity of today’s multicultural girls. Double Dutch Dolls is a privately held company located in Marietta, GA. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org