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Elle Magazine Dolls

Elle Magazine Dolls by Jakks Pacific

Jakks Pacific produced a small range of 15.5" fashion dolls for ELLE fashion magazine. Originally released in 1999/2000, they retailed around the $25 mark in the US and Canada. From what I have read there were two face molds used, chiefly changing the shape of the nose, and the majority were white with blonde, red, or brunette hair. There were also black dolls but they seem to be pretty rare now.

I had never heard of them until stumbling across an eBay listing, and Google has been singularly unforthcoming. With the lack of extant promo pics the pictures here all come from sales listings, either on eBay or at

City Chic

Jakks Pacific ELLE Doll City ChicJakks Pacific ELLE City Chic
Jakks Pacific City Chic DollELLE City Chic Back of Box

'Escape into classic glamour with City Chic - tailored for the sophisticated woman.'

These retailed for $24.99. I did find a picture of a black version of the third doll HERE.

A Walk On The Wild Side

Jakks Pacific A Walk on the Wild Side doll for ELLEJakks Pacific ELLE A Walk on the Wild Side
Jakks Pacific A Walk on the Wild Side DollELLE A Walk on the Wild Side back of box

'Express your primitive instincts with A Walk on the Wildside featuring exotic animal prints and a clothing trunk and make-up case - vital essentials for the girl on the go!'

The dolls originally retailed for $29.99, the slightly higher price reflecting their luggage accessories. There is a video review of the second doll over at The Doll Circle.


TrendWatch doll for ELLE magazineJakks Pacific TrendWatch ELLE doll
Jakks Pacific TrendWatch dollELLE TrendWatch Box Back

'Enter the world of high fashion with TrendWatch - focusing on the fashion industry's hottest trends.'

These originally retailed for $24.99 each.

ELLE Magazine Dolls
Found at Domidoll blog.

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  1. Hi! I used to have that blonde City Chic doll with the black coat, but I don't have her anymore. I have found a few of these on Amazon, so I may get one later, but thank you for this cool collector guide page, of sorts, 'cause I had forgotten exactly which dolls were available around 2000. :)


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