In a segment based on the importance of offering diverse dolls to the market; our Creative Director, Lucie Follett, explains LOTTIE'S role in challenging perceptions, on Bloomberg TV, Africa. Watch here, http://lott.ie/diversedolls (8.33)
"When little girls play with dolls, they see themselves in or as the doll, they dress it in clothes they like... the more accepting they will be of their looks and culture."
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