Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Viktor & Rolf play with dolls too!

Just when you thought you've seen enough dolls, Viktor and Rolf jumps onto the bandwagon. Displaying 54 dolls in London's Barbican Art Gallery.

Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren also attended the opening of "The House of Viktor Rolf" in Dusseldorf, Germany. A set of 20 miniature porcelain dolls representing V&R's signature looks all the way from 1992 to the present. Designed by Dutch architect Siebe Tettero, who also created the six-meter dollhouse for their London exhibition. - W

Since young I've been a fan of dolls.. mainly Barbie.
But I've got to say Porcelain dolls are the scariest, and these are no different.

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  1. This exhibition was actually back in 2008 - I went and it was really amazing. Every doll costume was so detailed and beautiful! The Barbican always does such brilliant exhibitions, it has to be one of my favorite venues ever.

  2. I agree with what antevorta has said already. I loved the exhibition when I went. The amount of detail is amazing!

  3. @antevorta & anonymous
    Thanks, I just got the news through W Magazine.