Integrity Toys convention collection could be preordered prior to convention as a full set of seven dolls or purchased at the convention (as a collection or individually). The dolls were limited to 600. This year, both the Poppy Parker and Fashion Royalty lines were dressed in more retro-inspired looks, while the NuFace collection are dressed in modern red carpet designs.
Overall, the collection was just a tiny bit underwhelming, though there is some nice detailing. I'm not sure exactly what I was expecting--a clutch or a purse would have been a nice addition to all of the dolls, perhaps.
My favorite of the collection is Star Power Vanessa (above), which seems to be a red version of Marilyn Monroe's ship-boarding outfit from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
Agnes was sold in a giftset, including a Marlene Dietrich-inspired fashion, lingerie set and white faux-furred trimmed robe. She reminds me a little of Elsa Mars from American Horror Story: Freak Show.
Natalia's embroidered fabric gives just a little extra to this simple mermaid style gown.
Erin's cocktail dress has a lot going on, with the handkerchief hem and fabric origami design.
I love Giselle's hairstyle and her soft makeup. I wish her suit had included a blouse--just because I don't care for her chest articulation peeking through the jacket.
Poppy's sequin dress includes black ribbon detailing at the top. The side curls aren't my favorite, but her hair is a lovely shade.
Chip includes some fun accessories, including glasses and a ring, and I don't mind the velvet jacket.
Photos property of Integrity Toys.