"Because average is beautiful."
One day, Nickolay Lamm, an artist and researcher, was wondering what would Barbie looked like as an average woman. Good question, isn't it?
As we all know, regular Barbie dolls do not represent the average body of a woman and there's nothing worst than an unachievable beauty standard, mainly when you are a regular 7 year-old girl getting to know your body, your beauty.
Lamm then decided to create Lammily, a doll based on the body of an average healthy woman. Empowering right, girls?
Lammily the doll, can be pre-ordered here.
The funny part is that you can also buy "Lammily Marks" - Lammily dolls can have freckles, acne, cellulite, tattoos, mosquito bites, bruises, casts and more! These are clear vinyl stickers that can be repositioned and reapplied to customize your doll.
If you had a daughter, would you buy her a Lammily or would you stick to the unrealistic-but-always-beautiful Barbie?