There are four Barbies inspired by Margot Robbie’s Barbie in the collection. The Pink Gingham Dress Barbie ($25) features an A-line dress with a sparkly belt, a daisy necklace and bracelet, and pastel pink pumps.
Barbie is also flashing back to the ‘70s with a gold disco jumpsuit ($50). Of course, a ‘70s disco ‘fit would be incomplete without the big hair and matching metallic jewelry and heels. Pastel plaid Barbie doll ($50) comes in a matching jacket and skirt. Her outfit is complete with a matching hat that ties in the back, pearl drop earrings, and baby blue heels.
Barbie embodies cowgirl chic in her pink western outfit ($50), which features a matching vest and V-waist flare jeans, complete with embroidery and silver buttons; cream-and-gold cowboy boots; a cowboy hat; and a bandana around her neck.
The Barbie: The Movie Fashion Pack ($50) features three adorable outfits, including a matching gingham shirt, shorts, and sunhat; a blue-and-white sundress; and a pastel pink sleep set. Each outfit comes with matching accessories including jewelry and shoes.
There are three Kens in the new collection. One Ken is ready for the beach with a matching blue-and-pink striped button-down and shorts ($25). Much like Ryan Gosling, Ken’s tuxedo with this doll ($50) is Canadian. This Ken is wearing a matching denim vest and jeans. For a special touch, the waistband of his Ken-brand underwear is poking out.
The last Ken is Simu Liu’s Ken ($50) and is wearing a clean white tracksuit that features gold sleeves, leg stripes, and a K on the front. The outfit even has a working zipper and real pockets.
To round off the collection of dolls, there are two other Barbies. The president ($50) is dressed in a satin off-the-shoulder gown, complete with golden tassels, and a fancy necklace. Girls from the human world can be dolls too. Gloria ($50) is wearing a Barbie-inspired outfit, including hot pink pants, a blouse, and a blazer with gold hoops and matching heels.
Even if kids aren’t huge fans of Barbie dolls, they may prefer the Barbie Little People ($24). The set comes with four Little People: Barbie, Ken, President Barbie, and Gloria!
Barbie’s iconic pink Corvette is also hitting shelves. The full-size Corvette ($75) seats up to four dolls and has rolling wheels, working doors, and a steerable wheel. Kids can even drive the Corvette with the Hot Wheels RC version ($55), which fits two dolls and has space for accessories in the trunk. The Corvette can even reach up to five miles per hour! The collection also includes a Hot Wheels 1:64 die-cast version of the Corvette ($1.25)!
Mattel’s MEGA Dreamhouse ($150) features over 1000 pieces and has three stories complete with a kitchen, bar, bedroom, spa, and more!
Finally, Uno Barbie: The Movie edition ($6.49) features cards with Barbies, Kens, and other imagery from the movie! There is even a special card — the “Played with too much” card — which has players discarding and drawing cards.
Everything in the collection is available now at shop.mattel.com.