Hey Dolls! Kendra Scott’s New Barbie Capsule Collection Is Out Now

Hey Dolls! Kendra Scott’s New Barbie Capsule Collection Is Out Now

ON THE HEELS of her eponymous’ brands 20th anniversary, Kendra Scott has teamed up with Barbie for a limited-edition capsule collection inspired by “fashion, friendship and being a force for good,” and benefiting Girls, Inc.


“Barbie x Kendra Scott draws from a desire to help women feel confident, powerful and capable of anything that we set our minds to,” said Scott in a statement. “Growing up, Barbie taught me that beauty comes in many forms, and most importantly, to pursue my passions.”

Arriving just in time for the holiday season, the collaboration includes two necklaces, two bracelets and two pairs of earrings. (They’re all pink, of course.)

The necklaces tout a double-sided design, while statement earrings and huggies provide fun pops of color to any outfits.

For every purchase of the collection’s Everlyne friendship bracelet, Kendra Scott is donating 20 percent of the proceeds to the Barbie Dream Gap Project, which will directly support the efforts of Girls Inc. to ensure that a new generation of girl leaders have the resources they need to reach their full potential, including curriculum, skills development and leadership opportunities.

“I’m so proud to partner together on a collection that celebrates both fashion and philanthropy so we can continue to inspire the next generation of girls to dream even bigger,” Scott says.

The limited-edition Barbie x Kendra Scott collection will be available at Kendra Scott retail stores and online. Prices range from $65-$198.

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