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Francie Fairchild is a fashion doll issued by Mattel from to and re-introduced in Marketed as " Barbie 's MODern cousin" sic from England, the doll had an extensive line of " mod "-style clothing, often employing bright colors and geometric patterns similar to fashions associated with Carnaby Street in the late s to early s. InMattel began to consider changing Barbie to reflect modern trends of the times.
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Francie Fairchild was a fashion doll issued by Mattel from to and re-introduced in Marketed as "Barbie's MODern cousin", the doll had an extensive line of "mod"-style clothing, often employing bright colors and geometric patterns similar to fashions associated with Carnaby Street in the late s to early s. Casey is the first friend of Francie. The second doll in Francie's size, Casey, was issued as "Francie's Fun Friend" from and came in blonde and brunette.
Mattel's Twiggy doll was the first doll fashioned after a real person Twiggy was a top British fashion model in the 's. She has the same head mold as Casey, but has heavier eye makeup. She came on the market in latefour outfits were created exclusively for Twiggy and released in