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It’s no secret that MGA Entertainment’s Bratz dolls, which are making a comeback, are the iconic girls with a “passion for fashion.” However, the brand’s newest Rainbow High doll line is just as cute, all about the arts, still fashion-forward, and of course full of color, color and more color.
Rainbow High is a visual arts school, and the dolls reflect the school’s group of students, who each have a specific study. Each doll’s area of artistic focus, along with their favorite color, influences their character and personal style. Every doll has full articulation and comes with two outfits, two pairs of shoes, a stand, a comb and two hangers. Additionally, the brand carries versions of the dolls in their Rainbow High cheer gear if you really want to spread the Rainbow High spirit.
Don’t forget about the playsets. Parents can nab the Rainbow High Fashion Studio to help their little ones put together over 300 looks with a free Avery doll. Also, given the rainbow theme, you can even shop the Rainbow High Hair Studio with the Rainbow High Salon Playset to create rainbow hair looks with various accessories.
The Students of Rainbow High
Bella Parker, $20.49 (Orig. $27.99)
Bella Parker studies art direction at Rainbow High. In her character set, she comes with a tweed skirt and jacket, stockings, a cropped tee, a tweed dress, a pink moto jacket and two pairs of heels.
Stella Monroe, $20.49 (Orig. $27.99)
Cosmetology student Stella Monroe is actually British in the Rainbow High YouTube Series – and well, also a relative of British royalty. In her doll set, you get two tops, two decadent skirts, tight socks and a pink faux fur jacket.
Ruby Anderson, $20.46 (Orig. $27.99)
Ruby Anderson is a graphic designer at RH. You can find her with her “Sparkle” tee, crop-top shirts, gold-painted jeans, heels, boots, a hat, a skirt and a jacket.
Poppy Rowan, $20.46 (Orig. $27.99)
Poppy Rowan goes to Rainbow High for music engineering. With her set, you get a cropped puffy coat, two skirts, a crop top, sweatshirt, gold tights and another pair of butterfly heels.
Sunny Madison, $20.46 (Orig. $27.99)
Computer animation student Sunny Madison is a fan of bright banana yellows. In the set, Sunny comes with a sparkly dress, two jackets, rainbow knee-high socks, sparkly distressed jeans, a gold crop top and gold heels.
Karma Nichols, $20.49 (Orig. $27.99)
Digital media is Karma Nichols’ specialty at Rainbow High. The doll set is complete with two tank tops, two skirts, a see-through mesh jacket and two pairs of heels.
Jade Hunter, $20.46 (Orig. $27.99)
Beauty gurus, step aside: makeup artistry is Jade’s area of study. One of the sportier dolls, Jade comes with a puffy jacket, two tees, graffiti shorts, a tracksuit and two pairs of sneakers.
River Kendall, $21.88
River Kendall is the only boy in the Rainbow High gang for now. He’s both the star of the football team and a performing arts student. River is packed with two tops, two cool jackets, jeans, a pair of shorts and two pairs of sneakers.
Skyler Bradshaw, $20.46 (Orig. $27.99)
Despite all the characters having a wild sense of fashion, Skylar Bradshaw is the fashion design student of the Rainbow High squad. In the box set, she comes with a denim crop top and matching skirt, a light wash denim jacket, a vinyl dress, sneakers, socks and heels.
Violet Willow, $20.46 (Orig. $27.99)
Digital media student Violet Willow is the school’s go-to for who’s who. Ready for her close-up, Violet comes with two star-studded dresses, a faux fur coat, a pleather jacket and two pairs of heels.
Krystal Bailey, $20.49 (Orig. $26.99)
Krystal Bailey is a journalism student and the editor-in-chief of the school paper. This indigo doll has two tailored jackets, a denim skirt, distressed zip jeans, two tops and two pairs of heels.
Amaya Raine, $15.88 (Orig. $26.99)
Amaya Raine is also a fashion design student. This doll is set up with a separate cheerleading outfit, a hoodie, a shirt and two pairs of heels.
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