The DollHaus Project Top 6 Questions, Answered!
Thank you so much for your recent inquiries - we've heard you loud and clear. We hope this helps to answer some of your many questions regarding the DollHaus Project. Unfortunately it is impossible to answer all of your questions via social media, which is primarily used as a "promotional" tool only. We've put together a short Q x A on our most frequently asked questions. Please don't hesitate to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org - please, serious inquiries only. -Thank you, The Haus of Swag Team
Haus of Swag partners with the Dark And Lovely brand for "12 Days of Holiday Hair Giveaway"
NYC, Dec. 2015: Haus of Swag was excited to partner with the Dark And Lovely brand to create (2) custom dolls for (2) lucky winners in their #12daysofholidayhairgiveaway.
The Dark and Lovely brand has had a long-standing commitment in the hair care industry to produce stellar products dedicated to the black community at-large. We were not
only humbled at the request, but happy to participate in such an opportunity that reiterates one of the core reasons why we not only started Haus of Swag but extended the
product line-up with the DollHaus Project as well - to change the black beauty narrative with how women of color with textured hair are seen in a fashionable context.
The two lucky winners were announced via the Dark And Lovely instagram feed and we can only hope that their holiday season was made that much brighter.
Haus of Swag traveled all the way to the Motor City for the 4th Annual 2015 Detroit Doll Show - the biggest black doll show PERIOD!
(L:R) The genius behind the Detroit Doll Show, Sandra Epps presented our FoundHER, Toni Grant with a doll legacy award, what an honor!
Toni S. Grant, Doll Legacy Award 2015
If you missed our 2014 DollHaus Project Launch in NYC, blogger and Brooklyn fashionista, Marsha Badger wrote up an excellent piece regarding the event.
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The WAIT Is Almost OVER! More Details Soon About Our Highly Anticipated DollHaus Project (DHP) Launch! Are You Ready?
Haus of Swag will launch its super dope DollHaus Project this Fall, 2014. We are so excited to present a fashionable collection of one-of-a-kind custom dolls rocking our most coveted tees with natural hair. Hold tight to your AFROS, this will be a doll collection you wish you had growing up as a kid. We will release more details soon on how you just might get your hands on one of these doll face beauties. For more information, or to contact us plese email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Serious inquires only.
Here's A Look At Our Legacy Dolls:
Our first ever Haus of Swag Signature doll. The spark that lit the flame for the upcoming DollHaus project.
The Ilyasah Shabazz Legacy Doll was created to celebrate Ms. Ilyasah Shabazz, Author, for her unwavering work in the community and the continued legacy of her father, El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X) and the Shabazz family, respectively. For more information on Ilyasah Shabazz or to catch up on her latest projects please visit her at: http://www.ilyasahshabazz.com/
The Rain Pryor Legacy Doll was created to celebrate Ms. Rain Pryor, Actress, for her outstanding achievement in the arts and entertainment community and the continued legacy of her father, Richard Pryor. To read more about Rain Pryor, or to catch her in a city near you, please visit: http://www.rainpryor.com/
The Jody Watley Legacy Doll was created to celebrate Ms. Watley's outstanding achievement in music and entertainment, her trailblazing and ICONIC fashion style as well as her continued legacy that is still going strong today. Meeting her was a great hightlight for us at Haus of Swag! Please visit Jody Watley at: http://www.jodywatley.net/
The Neema Barnette Legacy Doll was created to celebrate Mrs. Barnette's outstanding achievement and contribution in film and entertainment. Neema Barnette is an American film director, and the first African-American woman sitcom director. A pioneer in her own right, Neema is the first African-American woman to get a three-picture deal with Sony. A recipient of an Emmy, NAACP Image and Sundance Film Festival Award(s). Our Founder, Toni Grant had the pleasure of working with and seeing Neema's magic for the upcoming VH1 series, "The Breaks". Neema's other current projects include directing BET's "Being Mary Jane", and OWN TV's "Queen Sugar". We were beyond proud to present Neema with her very own legacy doll, well deserved - Neema rocks! Get to know Neema and follow her projects at: @neemrick (Twitter), http://blackhistoryminidocs.com/home.html
The Titi Branch Legacy Doll was created to celebrate Ms. Titi Branch, Innovator, Entreprenuer and Co-Founder of the Miss Jessie's brand, hands down, the proven expert in curls period!
The Nik West Legacy Doll was created to celebrate Ms. Nik West, Top Female Bassist and Vocalist who has been labeled 'The Female Lenny Kravitz' by The Eurythmics, Dave Stewart and summonsed to rock out with the Royal Purple One himself, Prince! Nik is the epitome of a Dope Chick! Yup, we said it. Read more about Ms. West at http://www.nikwestbass.com/index.php?page=1
The Rihanna Legacy Doll was created to celebrate Rihanna's fearless style as well as acknowledging her creative musical talents! Rihanna has moved effortlessly and comfortably in her own space with ease. Beyond her massive accomplishments is a girl that is both relatable and unapologetically authentic and we love her for it. No doubt we salute this FLY GRL! Please visit Rihanna at: http://www.rihannanow.com/
The Claire Sulmers doll was created to celebrate Ms. Sulmer's brilliance and stylish dedication to the world of fashion. Claire's brand, 'The Fashion Bomb Daily', is the premeire destination and top-rated resource for millenial brown fashionistas. This Harvard grad parlayed her fashion blog into a mulit-media tour-de-force. Claire's determination that brown girls are a force in fashion and should have a seat at the table is one of the reasons we chose to honor her. We can now add author to her name - and we're excited about what she does next. Catch up with Claire by visiting her at: http://clairesulmers.com/
The Taylor Moxey Legacy Doll was created to celebrate Chef Taylor Moxey who at just 10 years old is already an accomplished Chef, published author and speaker. At the tender age of 8, Taylor borrowed $40 from her parents to create her own baking business which within that year made a whopping $10,000. Did we mention she gave a TedX talk at the age of 8. This little BIG powerhouse proves that #girlscandoanything! Follow Taylor's journey at: http://www.taylorthechef.com/
Our first and only male doll was created to celebrate Mr. Ty Hunter, one of the hardest working fashion stylist's and entrepreneurs in the industry. We salute his talents, humanitarian efforts and the work that he has done with one of the hardest working women in music, Beyonce! To follow Ty's journey, or to catch up on his latest ventures, please visit: https://ty-lite.com/
Saluting the First Ladies of HipHop with our 'Ladies First' teaser doll - Cafe Mocha Radio approved!
A t-shirt of a doll wearing a t-shirt that looks like you - genius! We can hardly contain ourselves. Our limited-edition DollHaus Project tees will be released in conjunction with the DHP launch, details soon!
MEDIA AND PRESS: Our custom dolls made their first ever public appearance, last year for Curly Girl Collective's 'All Dolled Up' event in NYC. We were elated that our dolls made the cover rounds of a few key digital media sites such as Huffington Post, Essence online and Atlanta Black Star.