American Girl unveils new fraternal twins Isabel and Nicki inspired by ’90s nostalgia to historical doll collection

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Wednesday 22 February 2023 10:40 p.m

American Girl unveils new twin dolls inspired by'90s nostalgia

These two new American Girl dolls are partying like it’s 1999!

American Girl unveiled Isabel and Nicki, the first pair of twin dolls in the company’s historic flagship collection, on Good Morning America on Wednesday.

The fraternal twins join the brand’s historical characters who aim to be role models from pivotal times in American history.

Set in Seattle in 1999, the dolls’ backstory features Isabel and Nicki highlighting both the glitz and grunge of this era that shaped today’s internet, entertainment and fashion trends.

“With the prevailing wave of ’90s trends and pop culture nostalgia, we’re excited to party like it’s 1999 with our newest historical duo, Isabel and Nicki,” said Jamie Cygielman, general manager of American Girl, in part of an am Statement released Wednesday. “We know our fans will love learning more about the ’90s with Isabel and Nicki and discovering the girl power in all of our beloved heroines.”

18″ Isabel doll has green eyes and medium-length blonde hair, and wears a purple sweater and multicolored plaid skirt to reflect a love of pink and preppy fashion.

According to American Girl, Isabel’s accessories include a beret, pink sunglasses, a beaded floral necklace and a mini clear backpack.

The 18 inch Nicki doll has blue eyes and long straight brown hair with two highlights of blonde framing the face.

The doll wears a gray t-shirt under a navy blue t-shirt dress, as well as skater-inspired accessories including a baseball cap, black sunglasses, a bow necklace and a shoulder bag, according to American Girl.

Isabel and Nicki’s collection will be available online Wednesday and in all American Girl stores nationwide.

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