- — Emma (@emfennell_)Thu, Jan 28 2016 15:22:09Loving the evolution of the Barbie! I hated that you could rarely get a brown haired one when I was little! :) https://twitter.com/BritishVogue/status/692727697689157634 …
- — Joan Baeton (@RAEdiant_Lady)Thu, Jan 28 2016 15:21:34But I am glad to see that they have different Barbie's with different body sizes, hair color, skin color etc. Representation matters.
- — Candiss Nicole (@CandissNicole)Thu, Jan 28 2016 15:20:27Would you look at that. #Barbie is looking like real people I see shopping in the mall. Still love the original too. https://twitter.com/instyle/status/692720038890082304 …
- — elizabeth (@valeriecIark)Thu, Jan 28 2016 15:37:26
- — Stephanie Giordano (@Steph_Giordano)Thu, Jan 28 2016 15:34:57Barbie no longer has a ridiculous thigh gap. The world just got a little bit better today. http://bit.ly/1ZVLHc1
- — Lydia Dullinger (@LydiaDullinger)Thu, Jan 28 2016 15:35:19You guys don't understand how happy I am. My future daughters can now play with Barbie dolls without me feeling morally ambiguous. THISISBIG
Barbie's got new body types, and fans are thrilled
Mattel introduced three new body types for the iconic doll this week, along with new skin tones, hair and eye color. Fans had an overwhemlingly postitive response to the news.