Saturday, November 29, 2014

That Holiday Feeling: a new W Club exclusive Poppy Parker for Christmas

Integrity promised lots of exciting new things for the W Club members this holiday season and the first one has just been announced: That Holiday Feeling Poppy Parker doll! Poppy Parker's creator David Buttry and all who attended the GLOSS convention in Orlando were privy to an exclusive sneak peek of the next doll in the Poppy Parker 5th Anniversary collection. So, just in time for the holidays, a Christmas Poppy is offered via "right-to-buy" lottery to W Club members only.

Item # PP071
That Holiday Feeling
Poppy Parker™ Dressed Doll
IT Direct Exclusive
Limited Edition of 800 Dolls
Special W Club Suggested Retail Price: $120.00 
Estimated Shipping Date: In-stock, should ship shortly after the "right to buy" lottery winners' payments are received.

Doll Tech Specs: 
Scale: 12-inch / 1:6 Scale
Head Sculpt: Poppy Parker
Body Sculpt: Poppy Parker
Skin Tone: FR White
Hair: Black
Quick Switch Feature: No
Eyelashes: Yes, Hand-applied 

Poppy Parker is a fully articulated 12-inch vinyl fashion doll with fully rooted hair and delicately hand-applied eyelashes. Poppy is dressed for the holidays in a long ball gown, her shoulders covered by a rich fur trimmed red velvet cape. Accessories and a doll stand are also included. For adult collectors ages 15 and up.

She looks like a princess from a fairytale combined with a real princess of the 50s - think a very young princess Elizabeth or Margaret from England or Grace Kelly if she was a brunette. It's a Poppy with a look right back into the 50s which will definitely satisfy the fans that were not that into her early 70s disco look from the convention. Her 800 edition means that people taking part in the lottery have a better chance of securing the right to purchase this beautiful doll. I love the screening as well.

I hope the "fur" trim looks better in real life as in close up it looks a bit tattered. Maybe it would have been better if it had the texture of shaved mink (not real one of course) and more velvety instead of feathery. I love the white-on-white embroidery on the bodice.

Her accessories are a pair of gloves, kitten heal shoes with a bow (again!), a clutch bag, a mistletoe brooch (cute), a fur muff, a pearl necklace, matching bracelet and pearl stud earrings. These look a bit meagre for such a look - a triple strand necklace and matching triple strand bracelet with clasp would have looked so much better, not to mention at least a pair of pearl drop earrings instead of simple studs. No woman in the 50s would be content with these earrings for such a glamorous holiday look for a ball. And finally, the shoes have been done to death. No new design inspiration?

Her bow does not sit well on her hair but its the prototype photos, I hope it looks better in real life. She is a very glamorous looking lady.

** Please note that the photos are of a prototype doll and subject to changes and modifications. All photos and information contained herein is copyrighted Integrity Toys, Inc. and Intercap Merchant Partners, LLC 2014 and may not be reprinted or disseminated without express written permission.**


  1. Hello from Spain: Nice pictures. Awesome doll. She is very pretty and stylish. Keep in touch

  2. Pretty doll but I agree with you on the fur. Do you think keeping dolls in acrylic display cases is a good idea for keeping them in the best condition you can?