David Bowie Barbie Doll marks the 50th anniversary of ‘Hunky Dory’: Where to Buy Collectibles Online

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David Bowie sheep Barbie treatment in honor of the album that changed his career. Barbie Signature Collection released its second, Barbie in limited edition as Bowie doll to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bowie’s Hunky Dory album Wednesday (June 29).



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The beautiful doll is adorned with a copy of Bowie’s iconic powder blue suit worn in “Life on Mars?Music video produced and directed by Mick Lock.

The outfit captures Bowie’s unique style and features a pinstriped shirt with foil print, polka dot statement tie and brown platform shoes. The doll has bright red hair – à la Bowie’s glam era from the 70s – with bold blue eye shadow that brings the epic look to life.

That David Bowie Barbie is 11.5 inches tall and was released Wednesday at noon ET. It sells for $ 50 and is available at major retailers such as Amazon,, Walmart and Goaland Mattel Creations.

David Bowie Barbie: Where to buy

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David Bowie Barbie Doll 2

50 USD

Barbie first honored the late music legend three years ago with a re-creation of his Ziggy Stardust alter ego, complete with a space suit and detailed makeup effects that match the original. Bowie is obviously not the only music legend immortalized like a Barbie doll. He joins artists like Ella Fitzgerald, Elton John, Michael Jackson, Cher and Elvis, who have all been made into Barbies.

Bowies Hunky Dory album is considered one of the most crucial albums in his discography. The LP was released in 1971 and produced by Bowie and Ken Scott.

“All Hunky Dory the album reflected my newfound enthusiasm for this new continent that had been opened up to me, ”said Bowie Rolling stones in 1999. “It was the first time a real situation from the outside affected me so 100 percent that it changed the way I write and the way I look at things.”

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