After launching their first unisex skincare line with Malin + Goetz, KITH Women is now turning heads with an upcoming collab with Barbie to celebrate the iconic dolls 60th Anniversary.

On September 21 to 29, the doll brand will be taking over KITH Soho for a styling competition and exhibition. For the contest, participants will choose from four Barbie dolls that they will style and dress from a selection of KITH Women’s 80-piece collection. Entrants will then be able to submit a photo of their styled doll judged by Dianne Garcia, Jackie Kim (director of KITH Women), Maeve Reilly, Ade Samuel and KITH founder Ronnie Fieg.

The exhibition will serve as an in-store museum displaying Barbie's iconic black and white chevron swimsuit created in 1959 and other milestone moments. The exhibit will run from September 21 to October 2.

KITH will also be designing and distributing limited edition KITH x Barbie 60th Anniversary T-shirts, available only to the first 200 attendees.

See the dolls above.

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