Icon of Fleetwood Mac Stevie Nicks obtains a Barbie doll of her own.
With her very own Barbie doll, Mattel makes an honor to singer Stevie Nicks.
The doll was made by Mattel to look like Nicks as shown on the 1977 Fleetwood Mac album “Rumours” cover. Nicks is seen on the cover wearing “Rhiannon” clothes, named after the band’s self-titled album from 1975, which Nicks said was about a Welsh witch.
In her face, Nicks said, “When I look at her, I see my 27-year-old self. All the memories of coming out on a large stage in that black wear and those gorgeous boots come rushing back. Together, we shared all that has happened since 1975—the challenges we have faced and the lessons we have learned. She is me, and I am her.
Without any question, she has my heart.
The doll, scheduled for release on November 10th, is now out of supply. However, the singer showed that it has been in the works for a while.
On Sunday at Madison Square Garden, Nicks exhibited “Stevie Barbie” on stage, as seen in videos shared on social media. She exhibited the doll while displaying her “fabulous boots.”
a statement from doll designer Bill Greening, the singer provided Mattel with the suit and boots she wore on the “Rumours” album cover so they could be used as models while making the doll.
According to Mattel’s description of the $55 doll, “As in the popular tune Rhiannon, who Stevie looks ready to take to the sky like a bird in wing with her flowing severe sleeves made of chiffon. Stevie’s attractive outfit is completed by tall black shoes, a musical instrument with flowing bands, and her signature golden moon jewelry.
In addition, Celia Cruz, Gloria Estefan, David Bowie, Elvis Presley, Elton John, and Tina Turner dolls were created by Mattel.Stevie Nicks show her Barbie doll at Madison Square Garden on October 1, 2023, in New York