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Sharon Zuckerman

Principal Designer

Mattel Inc.

HQ Phone:  (310) 252-2000

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Mattel Inc.

333 Continental Boulevard

El Segundo, California,90245

United States

Company Description

The Mattel family of companies (Nasdaq: MAT) is the worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of toys and family products. Mattel's portfolio of best-selling brands includes Barbie, the most popular fashion doll ever produced, Hot Wheels, Monst...more

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Barbie: A Model Citizen

www.dollsmagazine.com [cached]

This blue-ribbon panel of fashionistas consisted of Mattel's creative A-team: Robert Best, Kitty Black-Perkins, Heather Fonseca, Katiana Jimenez, Byron Lars, Bob Mackie and Sharon Zuckerman.
It's actually Sharon Zuckerman, the Mattel designer who re-created Thomas' Ann Marie character for the Pop Culture series of dolls. With a grandfather who owned a doll company, little Sharon knew that a future could be made with fabrics, paint pots and imagination. In fact, Zuckerman was training to be a "Barbie beautifier" since her days of teddy bears and Rainbow Brite. During her decade as a staff designer, Zuckerman has been entrusted with preserving the recollections of millions of baby boomers. She's become the queen of syndicated synergy, if you will, connecting Barbie with classic TV heroines, superheroines and supernatural females. She's dressed the beloved Lucy Ricardo doll, Barbie as I Dream of Jeannie, as Wonder Woman, and for The Munsters and The Addams Family sets.


National Barbie Convention 2001

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Our table kept clapping every time they showed the Ken dolls Sharon has designed including 40th Anniversary Ken, Harley Davidson Ken and King Arthur & Queen Guinevere Gift Set to name a few.
I was glad that Sharon was the speaker since she does most of the Ken dolls represented in the Barbie Collectibles line! Then we were shown a video on Sharon's "Grand Entrance" Barbie doll. Other stand out dolls were Melissa Windham's "Blonde On Blonde" Silkstone Barbie doll ($7,500) and Mattel designer Sharon Zuckerman's Moulan Rouge-inspired doll fetching $17, 000!


About

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Our designer and co-founder - Sharon Zuckerman - was a tremendously
influential force behind many of the worlds most sought after and collectible Barbie Dolls. As a principal designer at Mattel, she worked with the top names in fashion like the Our designer - Sharon Zuckerman - was a principal designer for the world's most collectible and iconic Barbie Collector Dolls.


About

www.luxemutt.com [cached]

Our designer and co-founder - Sharon Zuckerman - was a tremendously
influential force behind many of the worlds most sought after and collectible Barbie Dolls. As a principal designer at Mattel, she worked with the top names in fashion like the Our designer - Sharon Zuckerman - was a principal designer for the world's most collectible and iconic Barbie Collector Dolls.


Top 10 Barbie dolls of all time

www.toycollectormagazine.com [cached]

"That was a big moment," said Sharon Zuckerman, principal designer for Mattel.
The line "went back to the roots of what Barbie was," said Zuckerman.


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