If the past few years are any indication, Barbie has a thing for young London designers, that is. Louise Gray, Roksanda Ilincic, and Gareth Pugh have all made a special little something for the blonde and her boyfriend, whether it be Dalston-appropriate duds or, in Ilincic’s case, a London dream house. Now, in celebration of Selfridges’ new fourth floor toy shop, emerging Brit-based brands Sister by Sibling, Fred Butler, and Nasir Mazhar have each dressed five one-off dolls. Sibling’s Cozette McCreery, Sid Bryan, and Joe Bates designed a gaggle of knit looks, while Butler turned out a series of quirky, sculptural ensembles. Mazhar created some hard-edged street wear styles. All fifteen dolls are displayed and for sale in the toy shop’s Barbie department.