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Paper dolls have a long history. They were first introduced in France in the 1700s and made their way to the United States in the early 19th century. The novelty of the dolls and their ability to change clothes is not lost on us—even in our high-tech world today. Francisco Estebanez has created a paper doll set that’s focused on Frida Kahlo, one of our favorite artists. She’s perfect for a paper doll set because she is not only a celebrated painter, but a fashion icon, too.
Frida Kahlo Paper Dolls includes 30 of her signature ensembles that you can change as often as you like. And as a bonus to the set, there is a doll featuring Kahlo’s husband, Diego Rivera, who comes with two outfits of his own.
About Francisco Estebanez
Francisco Estebanez is the artist bringing Frida's paper doll to life.