A beautiful Free exibition for all Barbie lovers ,and fashion lovers ,vintage,International,elegant fashion
There were hundreds of Barbies dressed in fabulous outfits behind glass cases. There were no explanations nor did they provide any background history of Barbie. The biggest disappointment was a lack of gift shop. This is a nice walk around if you happen to be there, but not as a destination unless you are a die hard fan.
Hundreds of Barbies in period, modern, costume, action hero and more dress. The whole thing is free (tho a donation to the "Make-a-Wish" foundation is requested.) Kids and elders all seemed to enjoy this exhibit and I saw absolutely no one without a big smile. It's really worth an hour.
Showcasing a great variety of barbie dolls is a good entertainment for children who loves or even adults. On top of it, it is free too. Get to the mall and see the expo in the second floor
We discovered the exhibit quite by accident and decided to pop in a have a look. It was incredible. It featured Barbie couture of the last 60 years. Wedding gowns, national costumes as well as outfit designed by Bob Mackie, Dior, Reem Accra to name a few. The models were Barbie from different decades and features a mechanical runway fashion show. The exhibit is free and will take you back to your childhood love of Barbie.