The "Bo$$" ladies of Fifth Harmony are having the time of their lives right now. Besides being insanely famous with an equally insane army of loyal fans (what up, Harmonizers!!), they scooped up the award for Artist to Watch at this year's VMAs, and are currently nominated for two EMA awards. They're on fire, to say the least, and while being honored like that for their hard work and epic pop anthems is super special and all, we just found out that 5H has achieved something even bigger: they were made into Barbie dolls.
Like boy bands and girl bands before them, Fifth Harmony has joined the exclusive ranks of having miniature plastic versions of themselves on the shelves of toy stores all over the world. Sometimes celebrity dolls don't exactly end up looking, um, great, in doll form, but given the girls' partnership with Barbie (which included writing an uplifting song for young girls called "Anything Is Possible," because they're cool like that), their plastic mini-mes' sartorial choices are spot-on.
The smallest member of 5H has arguably the biggest style, and her Barbie nails the way she mixes feminine colors and prints with tough-girl details, taking inspiration from her real life studded-belt-and-lace-dress combo for the leather accents on her doll's pastel pink blazer (which we actually need, like, yesterday).
Camila has her sweet 'n girly style down pat, and her doll is the same thanks to the perfect mix of the singer's looks in the video and cover art for "Miss Movin' On." From the A-line mini to her trademark hair accessory, Barbie Camila deserves ALL the snaps.
Dinah Jane Hansen
Dinah's Barbie is straight werking her real-life counterpart's signature style. Liquid leather leggings? An itty-bitty cropped varsity jacket with her initial? Those heels? We're very much obsessed.
Is it safe to say Lauren is the hipster of Fifth Harmony? Her habit of wearing plaid dresses and Jeffrey Campbell platforms are the stuff that '90s dreams are made of. If you're a fan of her steez, Barbie Lauren will not disappoint. She's rocking a pair of white combat boots, high-waisted shorts on top of sheer tights, a plaid tank, and a cropped leather jacket that we can only assume would be right at home in Lauren's closet.
Let's just put it out there: We DIE for the leather tulip skirt Normani's Barbie is wearing. It looks glam, much like the rest of her shimmery, purple, ready-for-the-stage-and-also-to-steal-your-man ensemble. Also, we're digging that braid and the turquoise accents on the jewelry, so much so that we're praying Normani wears an exact replica during her next red carpet appearance.
Which Fifth Harmony Barbie do you think does the best job of capturing the band's real life fashion?