Sunday, October 25, 2015

Integrity Toys convention 2015: Cinematic Part V: One Of A Kind raffle dolls

A tradition that started a few years back continued again this year, with the introduction of four new OOAK (one of a kind) creations by the IT Design team, which convention guests could enter a raffle to win. There was one doll for each designer of the IT team. In addition to these four ultra rare dolls, convention guests also got to participate for the first time in raffles for chances to win their favourite complete collection of 2015.

OOAK Agnes Von Weiss Doll by IT Designer Vaughn Sawyers
Limited Edition of 1 Doll Only

Pretty in Pink. The cut of the dress reminds me a bit of Pale Fire Vanessa Perrin. Frothy and pink like cotton candy, quite a contrast to the serious looking Agnes. The jewellery is the same as the convention Natalia.

OOAK Vintage Inspired Doll by IT Designer Chris Stoeckel
Limited Edition of 1 Doll Only

Having Chris design for a Color Infusion doll probably seals the deal for Victoir Roux. She was nowhere to be seen in the convention (as well as the 16" girls) so I'm guessing she is not going to be seen again except probably for some special project. This one looks gorgeous, a bit like Betty Grable or any blonde 50s film star. 

OOAK Poppy Parker Doll by IT Designer David Buttry
Limited Edition of 1 Doll Only

60s inspired Poppy with a gorgeous necklace. The fabric reminds me a bit of Chip's jacket from last year's Poppy collection.

OOAK Nu. Face Lilith Doll by IT Designer Jessy Ayala
Limited Edition of 1 Doll Only

This is very Atelier Versace Spring Summer 2015.

The styling of the doll is pure Hollywood glamour though, miles away from the modern catwalk styling of Versace.

Note: The dolls shown are prototypes and final versions may vary slightly. All doll photos and information contained herein is copyrighted Integrity Toys, Inc. and Intercap Merchant Partners, LLC 2015 and may not be reprinted or disseminated without express written permission.


  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE! Thank you from this Barbie-deprived 50-something!

  2. I especially loved the Chris Stoeckel doll... I wonder who won her???