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VFiles Is Bringing Bratz Dolls Back Because Of Course

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Today in unlikely but perfect collaborations news, cheeky fashion brand and community VFiles is partnering with Bratz to create its very own doll for the holiday. Her name is Vee Filez, and naturally she has her own Instagram account and VFiles profile. Oh yeah, and there's also a video of her various adventures narrated by pop singer Kayrizz, including the doll's tiny front row seat at the VFiles fashion show during New York Fashion Week.

Along with the limited-edition VFiles+Bratz doll, which has the suggested retail price of $100, the capsule collection will includes a few adult-size versions of her wardrobe. Click through the gallery to see products like a jersey dress, iPhone cases, and a pin set. A smiley face and the phrase "Girl Power" figure prominently in the collection. Prices will range from $10 to $185.

Meanwhile, the Bratz doll itself wears two different outfits. The first outfit includes a jacket, crop top, skinny jeans with leopard trim, sneaker heels, and a circle backpack. The second outfit is another crop top paired with a leopard-print mini, varsity jacket, heeled boots with tube socks, a striped beanie, and visor.

Only 250 VFiles+Bratz dolls will be produced and the only way to shop it will be through VFiles's exclusive retail channels. The collection is out on November 27th, Black Friday, at select VFiles retail partners, VFiles.com, and VFiles's NYC headquarters.