|Page udated 12/04/05
Annette explains all about her 2005
collection on her web site. You can read a detailed explanation of how she created this wonderful collection. Below is a small excerpt about the new collection.
This year Annette explains how with her new creations she’s never done anything before quite like this. She said she always had a special inclination towards ethnic 'children'. She always especially enjoyed making these types of dolls. But no creations have ever been as varied as with her new collection, the First 'World's Children Summit'.
In her mind she travelled the world like an explorer. She modelled children of all kinds of nationalities from all continents and depicted their individuality in hair styles, clothes and skin painting. For this reason she modelled an unbelievable amount of parts. All in all she has made 25 heads: 16 single and 9 double used ones and of course countless limbs and breast parts, which all express a totally new body language. So there'll be 34 dolls in total and of course there'll also be some surprises in the summer.
Single used heads are - Dernea, Ntathi, Mithi, Mririda, Kavita, Jogona, Llai, Bunda, Matoka, Mumeka, Kumari, Kaschmiri, Katiina, Natiti, Nia, Ai Lien, Kleine Dernea, Kleine Ntathi.|
Dougle used heads are -
Click below to see the two wonderful 2005 club creations this year.
Sales for these wonderful dolls exceeded our expetations and as a result THEY ARE ALL SOLD OUT.
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2005 Vinyl Edition