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Created in partnership with consumer products company, Jazwares, the 2021 spring/summer Blackpink Collection features a series of plush toys and accessories, along with collectible dolls. The dolls each rock an iconic look from one of Blackpink’s most popular music videos, including “Kill This Love,” “DDU-DU DDU-DU,” and “BOOMBAYAH.”
The newest addition to the doll line is the “As If It’s Your Last” set, with four, three-inch dolls (one for each member) dressed in a detailed look from Blackpink’s “As If It’s Your Last” music video. This four-pack comes with four bonus accessories, that can be mixed and matched on the doll of your choice.
Fans can still purchase a special “Mystery Pop Star” set that includes a surprise doll packaged inside a microphone-shaped case. A “Mystery Superstars Assortment” set, meantime, features a three-inch doll of your choice in a heart-shaped case, as well as fashion accessories for the doll, and a beaded bracelet for yourself. There are 12 different figures in total for fans to collect.
The Blackpink “Sophisticated Superstars Clutch” is another new arrival to the group’s collectibles line. The three-inch Lisa, Jennie, Rosé, and Jisoo dolls are dressed in iconic looks from the “Kill This Love” and “How You Like That” music videos, and come inside a mini clutch, with collectible keychain and charm.
And, one of the most popular pieces from the first Blackpink merch collection is still available. This heart-shaped plush toy is inspired by the lightsticks used by BLINKS (the group’s official fandom) at Blackpink shows. Adorned with the group name on the front, the 10.5-inch x 12.5-inch heart lights up using touch, and by reacting to music and ambient sounds.
In a statement, the girls in Blackpink say they were “so impressed” by the level of details on the dolls’ outfits, adding that it’s “so precious to see our outfits from our past music videos being styled onto these dolls; we can already picture them on top of our bed frames or on top of our drawers.”
Jazwares says it worked closely with the group to make sure the dolls were “authentic” to each member’s individual style and personality. The limited-edition release is the first drop in Jazwares’ partnership with BLACKPINK (which was facilitated by global merchandising company Bravado).
The toys and collectibles come on the heels of Blackpink’s latest album, The Album, which debuted to glowing reviews last fall. The group is also set to take the stage for a livestream concert this weekend, expected to include a similar setlist and choreography to what was planned for the girls’ world tour, before Covid shut down touring last year.