Which are the most beautiful Barbie dolls?

Fashion icon Barbie, who made her debut in the 1970s, was once considered a model but has since become a celebrity.

The doll is one of the most recognizable in fashion.

Here are some of the more iconic Barbie dolls from the ’70s, which have been voted as the most iconic in fashion today.

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The Barbie doll from the 70s, by Alice Moll and John McEnroe, is the most popular in fashion history.

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The Barbies Barbie doll, by Jules Bianchi, has been on the market for more than 40 years.

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The new Barbies doll, made by Gertrude Stein, is considered one of fashion’s most beautiful creations.

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The most iconic Barbie doll in fashion is the famous doll by the name of Jules, which was created by artist and designer Jules Bier.

The brand has sold over 10 million dolls.

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The ’90s Barbie doll is considered the most influential doll in the world.

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The first Barbies dolls, which were created in the ’60s, are considered iconic.

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The famous doll, now known as the “Sneaky Barbie,” was designed by artist Frank Stella in 1955.

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The classic Barbies line, which sold for $3,800, was sold out in 2014.

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The iconic Barbie line, known as Barbie, is sold out on the catwalk every month.

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The “Polly” doll, a classic Barbie doll sold for more $7,500.

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The dolls by the artist Paul Allen have sold millions.

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The current Barbie doll (now in the new line) is known for her signature doll head, and the iconic doll with her eyes.

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The popular “Jules” doll from 1963 is considered a classic by some, but is also seen as one of Barbie’s worst dolls.

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The latest Barbie, “Sandra,” is the highest-selling in the brand’s history.

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The original “Sandy” doll by artist Jean-Paul Gaultier, which sells for $6,000, is a popular doll in some circles.

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The pink and blue-skinned “Lil B” doll is a Barbie icon.

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The black-and-white-skinned doll is another popular doll, and is the “most popular” in the Barbie catalog.

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The best Barbie doll was made by artist Marc Jacobs.

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The company’s first doll was designed in 1969 by Jule Bier, who went on to design many more.