The photos of the brand new boy doll are here. Meet Animal Rescuer Lammily, the first male fashion doll made according to realistic body proportions! (please keep in mind that we’re working with manufacturer to adjust his hairline before he’s shipped to our warehouse.) These are the first photos from the manufacturer. Once we […]
When we released the first Lammily doll in 2014, the soft hair was one of the first things kids noticed. However, we all have bad hair days and Lammily is no exception. So, we thought of sharing a tutorial on how to turn a bad hair day into a good one! We asked Alyssa Marotta, who restores dolls […]
The newest addition to your Lammily doll family is taking shape! We received a 3D printed prototype from the manufacturer which they are using to make the tooling molds. While it’s far from the actual doll, it’s exciting to see the new boy doll, Animal Rescuer Lammily, coming to life! He has a subtle smile.. […]
Barbie has been criticized for decades for her unrealistic proportions. But In 2014 an artist gave kids a doll based on the proportions of the average 19 year old American woman and a Barbie doll. Why are Barbie’s body proportions an issue? According to BBC, all four of Barbies’ body shapes, including those recently released […]
Three weeks ago we asked you what Boy Lammily’s hobby should be. We received nearly 500 responses! We were thrilled not just with the amount of responses, but with the stories you made which went in depth into his character. Thank you so much for taking your time to offer your suggestions. After reading your […]
Before the exciting new Boy Lammily campaign was launched 15 days ago, a lot of effort and time went into making sure that we have absolutely the best and most accurate possible design to present you. Our very first step was to get in touch with Dr. Matthew Reed, University of Michigan, because we knew we […]
from http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/hains-reed-mattel-lego/ … Reed: That’s a great point. I think it’s hard to disentangle the reasons why these numbers may be dropping so much for Barbie. To what extent do strategies like this appear to be more desperate attempts at marketing gimmicks at the 11th hour correlated with sales dropping and things of that nature? Don’t […]
On March 9, 2016 at 9:00 am, Lammily launched a crowdfunding campaign to make the world’s first realistically proportioned male doll a reality. You can help make this project happen by contributing at the link below! https://lammily.tilt.com/real-is-beautiful On the first day backers contributed $18,000, already 25% of the crowdfunding total!