Lottie mentioned in an article in The Guardian by Zoe Williams discussing the cultural shifts and gender based issues that impact toys.
"....And that is broadly Jess Day’s line. Her daughter plays with Lottie dolls, which are based “on the actual proportions of an average nine-year-old girl”. She says: “It’s a doll for children which is childlike, all the outfits and the themes are the things that a nine-year-old might authentically be able to do. There’s no doctor Lottie, but there’s a fossil hunter Lottie.”
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