1996 Happy Holidays® Barbie® Doll Designed by Ann Driskill; first doll to wear burgundy.
1988 Happy Holidays® Barbie® doll is the first doll in this popular special edition series. She's dressed in a red tulle gown with glitter and a white satin bow. Her long blonde hair flows over her shoulders, and is accented by a silvery bow.
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