Barbie girl from Moscow Angelica Kenova
Barbie girl from Moscow Angelica Kenova. This is Russian Barbie girl, as she calls herself. From her pages on social sites, it is known that she is from the provincial town of Kurgan. Her classmates say she has changed too much, they can hardly recognize her now, meaning she has undergone plastic or cosmetic surgery. The beautiful blonde has left her native Kurgan for Moscow where she is currently living. She works as a model, from time to time participating in various TV shows. Her nickname is Angelica Kenova. The model has always dreamed of being Barbie. She has spent the last few years getting as close to that goal as possible. What an irony, earlier we tried to make dolls look like people and now vice versa. She looks cute and denies any talks about plastic surgery, stating that face and her appearance are natural.
Barbie, the 11-½ inch, full-figured plastic doll from Mattel, Inc., is among the most popular toys ever invented; by 1998 Mattel estimated that the average American girl between the ages of 3 and 11 owned ten Barbie dolls. Precisely because it is so popular, the Barbie doll has become more than just a toy: it has become a central figure in debates about women’s relationship to fashion, their independence in the workplace, their dependence on men, and their body image. Satirized by musicians and comedians, criticized by feminist scholars, and embraced by young children throughout the world, the Barbie doll exists both as a physical toy and an image of femininity. The physical attributes of the doll—its shape and its beauty—along with the myriad costumes and props available to it have been tied to some of the most fundamental questions about what makes a woman successful and what are the appropriate roles for women in society.