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A royal celebration is underway in the fairy kingdom and everyone gathers to glimpse the beautiful maiden! As the pair exchange their marriage vows, an enchantress magically transforms their wedding attire. The matching outfits symbolize her gift of everlasting unity. Golden details printed on lavender fabric create a brocade look reminiscent of medieval tapestries.
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December 30, When Nalini Nadkarni was a kid, she'd run home from school, climb into one of the eight maple trees in her parents' backyard and spend an afternoon there with an apple and a book. That time in the treetops set the tone for the rest of her life: She's now a forest ecologist at the University of Utah who's dedicated her career to studying rain forest canopies.
Her childhood memories made her particularly interested in reaching children. After her own 6-year-old daughter asked for a Barbie, Nadkarni decided to re-fashion the iconic dolls as a scientist-explorer in rubber boots rather than high heels. That was about 15 years ago. She scoured thrift stores and eBay for Barbie dolls and enlisted help from volunteer seamstresses. Last year, Mattel began working with National Geographic to create a new line of scientist Barbies. Nadkarni has a longstanding relationship with National Geographic, so when the non-profit reached out for help, she quickly agreed. Nadkarni joined a team of female scientists advising Mattel as it made the line of dolls that includes a marine biologist, astrophysicist, photojournalist, conservationist and entomologist. Sales began in the summer. As a thank-you, Mattel sent Nadkarni a one-of-a-kind doll with tree-climbing gear and full dark hair woven with strands of white that made the doll resemble the scientist.