Just in time for the holidays--the Michelle Obama doll will debut on Nov. 20, retailing for $12.99. The well-dressed 6-inch action figure is an homage to a fashionable icon, their maker says, but the White House doesn't appear to be making pre-orders. After snubbing some first-family kitsch in the past, Michelle Obama's camp is refusing to comment on her little likenesses.
The doll's outfits include the red and black dress the first lady wore on the night of the presidential election last November, the purple dress she wore when she and her husband exchanged a fist bump on the campaign trail, and the black and white floral-patterned dress she wore during an appearance on the daytime talk show "The View."
Made by New York-based toymaker Jailbreak Toys, the dolls will be available for purchase online, at Powell's Books, and in specialty stores across the country, according to Jailbreak vice-president Alyssa Sellers. Sellers told Yahoo! that the company's previous BarackRead More »from White House mum on new Michelle Obama doll