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She is known for being wide-eyed and extremely bubbly. However, don't let her big blue eyes and long blonde hair fool you!
This beautiful girl is addicted to shopping, but also soccer! Also known as a drama queen, this friendly adolescent is in charge of the 'Dear Cloe' column, where she advises other teenagers from her high school.
Sasha is the fiery girl with a big attitude and a passion for hip-hop. This passion is one of the reasons why her nickname within the group is Bunny Boo.
Her style is heavily inspired by streetwear, daring, experimental and avant-garde. What is more, she often chooses to make a statement with her big jewelry, long brown hair, and emerald green eyes.
Naturally, this tomboy is the music editor of the magazine and has a dream of even becoming famous herself! Yasmin is most definitely the calming force of the group.
Her passion for nature, poetry, and animals makes her truly unique. What is more, it even earned her the title of Pretty Princess!
This brown-haired, brown-eyed beauty stands out with her vintage bohemian style, complete with flower patterns, textures, and earth tones. However, that is not the only thing that makes her stand out in the crowd!
She has a brilliant mind and always helps her friends catch up on their school work! Jade, also known as Kool Kat, is the trendsetter of the group.
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From the dolls' stylized proportions to fashion-forward clothing, the brand has always followed pop culture trends closely.
In , the dispute ended with MGA as the victors. In early , Bratz took a brief hiatus after Mattel's first lawsuit and returned later that year to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the franchise.
In , Bratz changed to have a taller body and an all-new logo and branding. As a result, none of the Bratz product line was offered to North American retailers.
In July , Bratz made a comeback and a set of new dolls were released, introducing a new main character called Raya to the lineup of Cloe, Jade, Yasmin, and Sasha as well as a new slogan and website design.
The bodies were changed to be 10" tall again, but with a new body and head mold. A stop-motion web series premiered in August The Bratz app was released in September to accompany the new dolls and web series.
The Bratz dolls were met with a negative reaction from fans, who felt that the dolls lacked sass and believed that MGA Entertainment ignored them and tried marketing the brand to the wrong demographic, taking away "what made the Bratz special.
Based on feedback from many former Bratz fans, they rejected the new Bratz dolls and preferred the Bratz dolls released prior to the relaunch in Fall and to some extent, prior to the relaunch in Fall On May 21, , the 16th anniversary of Bratz, Larian took to Twitter once more to announce that the Bratz would be returning Fall of On May 21, , the 17th anniversary of the Bratz, Hayden Williams announced that his collaboration with the brand would be released later in the year.
He created a line of "Bratz Collector" dolls, in which he had complete creative control over how the dolls were produced.
The dolls feature the original slogan and another re-working of the original logo. Though Bratz dolls fared poorly at their May 21, debut—mostly due to the long-held monopoly by Barbie —their popularity increased the following Christmas.
In their first five years, million products were sold worldwide,  and, in , global sales of Bratz and Bratz products reached two billion dollars.
It became more and more popular as time went by. The success of the original four dolls generated a quartet of similar dolls in and Sets of twins were also introduced.
The dolls were sold separately and in themed environments. Accessories such as playsets, furniture, and cars are also released.
Two Bratz Boyz were released in with others debuting in , , and Bratz also includes Bratz Boyz and Boyz Twiinz. Lil' Bratz are miniature versions of the original five Bratz and eventually included Lil' Boyz based on the Bratz Boyz.
In , a clothing line was released called Lil' Bratz Couture. Bratz Babyz debuted in with infant accessories such as bottles and blankets.
Characters from the regular Bratz line have been released as Babyz. Bratz Lil' Angelz are the newborn, collectible version of Bratz Babyz. Smaller than regular Bratz Babyz, they include their own newborn pets.
Bratz Petz debuted in and were discontinued in They were plush toys resembling foxes, cats, and dogs with their own bags, clothes, and accessories.
Bratz Petz have been re-released in Australia and the U. Bratz Kidz, the "kid" equivalent of the teenaged Bratz dolls, were introduced in The dolls were 6" tall and, thus, shorter than the regular Bratz.
Bratz Boyz Kidz were introduced in starring four of the Bratz Boyz. Soon after the release of the Bratz Boyz Kidz, the clothing was changed from fabric to plastic snap-ons.
Be-Bratz dolls were designed for owner customization. Games can be played with the Be-Bratz account to acquire accessories for the doll.
In August , to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the franchise, MGA released their first Bratz dolls in a year.
In Fall , the Bratzillaz were released as a spin-off line, depicting the 'witchy cousins' of the Bratz. In , Bratz got a new logo and a new slogan, and the dolls all got new bodies with articulated arms, with a height to match their competitor Monster High while keeping their unique faces, and sporting brand new fashions.
In January , it was revealed that the Bratz would go on another hiatus but only for the United States for an entire year, in an attempt to rebuild the brand.
This decision was made due to the brand's decreased popularity after their previous hiatus in , which resulted from the lawsuit against Mattel. MGA Entertainment felt that it rushed the Bratz comeback in fall to celebrate the brand's 10th anniversary, and the company wanted to give Bratz the comeback it truly deserved.
The Bratz returned in July with the introduction of Raya, a new character despite sharing the same name with a previous character , to accompany the original main four.
The Bratz logo was also reverted to the original and a new slogan was adopted. Isaac Larian announced on May 20, that Bratz would be back in Fall , in addition to announcing a collaboration with fashion designer Hayden Williams.
On Black Friday , , the new set of Bratz collector dolls designed by Hayden Williams were officially released, sold exclusively through Amazon.
The parental group Dads and Daughters were outraged by the release of the Bratz Secret Date collection. The dolls were packaged with a Bratz girl in the right half of the box Cloe, Yasmin, Jade, Meygan, or Nevra and matched with a mystery Boyz doll behind the door on the left.
A window showing the doll's feet would provide a clue to which Boyz doll it was, especially important in the quest for the rare Bryce doll, available in only one of every 24 boxes.
The group complained that the dolls sent a negative message, said they were forcing young girls to grow up too soon, and allegedly promoting the idea of sneaking out of the house to go on blind dates with complete strangers.
They also took issue with accessories that appeared to be champagne bottles and glasses; however, the accessories were confirmed to be bottles of smoothies.
They called for MGA to remove the dolls from the market. The allegations in the report describe practices found at many Chinese factories producing name-brand products for export.
They include required overtime exceeding the legal maximum of 36 hours a month, forcing workers to stay on the job to meet stringent production quotas and the denial of paid sick leave and other benefits.
It said workers at the factory intended to go on strike in January to protest plans by factory managers to put all employees on temporary contracts, denying them legal protection required for long-term employees.