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1950s Fads, Fashions & Stars


Paper dolls inspired by mid-century America show times were changing. The younger generation was beginning to challenge the status quo. There are still sophisticated and sexy glamour girls, but teen-agers were shaking things up, rocking, rolling and wearing all the latest fads.


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'50s Fads and Fashions Paper Dolls

'50s Fads and Fashions Paper Dolls

Fads and fashion came together for the first time in the 1950s. Undulating in hula hoops, bopping to rock ‘n roll, drag racing and shopping for the latest fad, teen-agers took over and created their own pop culture that influenced the world. Artist Charlotte Whatley has cleverly incorporated 50 fads of the 50s into 32 fashion items in this new paper doll book from Paper Studio Press. Two couples, Bud & Beckie and...
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Arlene Dahl Paper Dolls

Arlene Dahl Paper Dolls

In the 1950's, one star was high in the Hollywood firmament and hailed as the most beautiful woman on the screen. That was Arlene Dahl whose flaming tresses, creamy complexion and signature beauty mark were nothing short of breathtaking. Created in collaboration with Miss Dahl, paper doll artist Norma Lu Meehan has illustrated 2 dolls and a beautiful wardrobe of costumes from My Wild Irish Rose , Journey to the...
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B is for Betsy

B is for Betsy

In 1954 when this paper doll was first published, little girls truly were sugar and spice. Blonde, blue-eyed Betsy and her best friend, adorable dark-haired Carol, are big, beautiful dolls created by artist Barbara Briggs. This re-issued vintage classic is filled with 24 cute outfits, mostly classic dresses with puff sleeves and full skirts, sweaters and smart coats for rain or chill. Betsy and Carol also have...
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Betty Hutton Paper Doll

Betty Hutton Paper Doll

Betty Hutton gets the star treatment in this authorized paper doll book filled with clothes from Betty's musical and comedy movie roles such as Annie Get Your Gun, The Stork Club, The Greatest Show on Earth, Let's Dance, Somebody Loves Me, Incendiary Blonde and more! This authorized paper doll, illustrated by Judy M Johnson, also includes a star bio by David Wolfe.
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Cathy Goes to Camp Paper Dolls

Cathy Goes to Camp Paper Dolls

It's summer 1954, the year this paper doll book was published, and time for girls to go to camp in the fresh air and great outdoors. Campers Cathy, Debbie, Linda and camp counselor Teddy have wardrobes for play, hiking, riding, sailing, swimming, fireside sing-a-longs, Sunday church and bedtime. They also have some dressy outfits for special events, too. The girls’ ages are diverse and it’s interesting to see...
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COUTURE: Sublime Fashions of the 1950s

COUTURE: Sublime Fashions of the 1950s

The Golden Age of Haute Couture fashion peaked in the 1950s and this paper doll book by renowned illustrator Jim Howard captures the glamour and the glory with breathtaking flair. Eight pages of carefully researched and beautifully rendered couture fashions by the decade's most celebrated designers are featured. Included are couture creations by Christian Dior, Jacques Fath, Hubert de Givenchy, Pierre Balmain,...
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Debbie Reynolds Paper Dolls Featuring 24 Costumes from Her Hits

Debbie Reynolds Paper Dolls Featuring 24 Costumes from Her Hits

Her phenomenally successful career lifted off quickly in the ‘50s for teen-age Debbie Reynolds and she soon was a major star and still remains so. Singin’ in the Rain was a huge hit, followed by decades of charming roles including Tammy and the Bachelor and The Unsinkable Molly Brown , just a few of her more than fifty films. Many of those vehicles featured memorable costumes for characters ranging from flapper...
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Debbie Reynolds Reproduction Paper Doll

Debbie Reynolds Reproduction Paper Doll

Favorite film star of the 1950s, Debbie Reynolds also appeared in many paper doll books. This version from 1957 has two cute dolls and a fun wardrobe of stage clothes, party dresses, sleepwear, summer togs and even western wear.
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