In the latest of what we imagine to be a plethora of Barbies, Mattel has released a “Barbie I Can Be News Anchor Doll” that will be available this holiday season. The “power pink” jacket, pink skirt and high heels to go along with a pink folder to keep her pink bubble-lettered notes should be enough ammo for USA Today’s Christine Brennan to organize a protest – or a riot – outside of Mattel headquarters. According to the product details, a “special code inside each package unlocks career-themed content online.” Ines Sainz’s jeans sold separately. [via; screengrab via]
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