Bratz The gay couple has released a set of fashion dolls to celebrate self-expression, self-love, and the LGBTQ + community.
The Pride collection is inspired by Bratz characters, Roxxi and Nevra. During Pride 2020, two female characters emerged as a couple. Roxy came out as a lesbian and Nevra Bratz came out as bisexual in a post on social media.
“We’re excited to present this collection because many of the fans who made it to Bratz are part of the LGBTQ + community and it’s a way to honor them,” said Bratz Creative Director.
Bratz made his Roxy debut in 2004 as lead singer of the band Crash and Rock Angels. Nevra arrived a year before Roxy’s release. Bratz is now selling the couple as a couple arranged for a date at Stilesville Pride.
Famous designer Jimmy Pride got the privilege of styling dolls. The designer combined the vitality of his brand and the Bratz signature style and took inspiration from the 1960s. At that time, the LGBTQ + movement was gaining momentum and gaining national attention.
“I hoped this collaboration would inspire my personal nature and personal passion for my LGBTQ + community,” Paul said. “The collection has a bold and daring style that I hope will resonate with fans and remind them that they are their true people.”
The Roxxi and Nevra dolls are available at online retailers for 79.99. Customers will be able to access replicas of adult-sized dolls in the limited-edition premium-wearing Gimipol collection at JimmyPaul.com.
The collection includes a coat, 60s ringer tees, glitter dresses and groovy jumpsuits. Limited edition fashion will also be available at a number of retailers starting in mid-June.