Walt Disney Co. is joining forces with London’s MakieLab to begin selling doll outfits that feature patterns of Disney’s Minnie Mouse and Maleficent characters, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
MakieLab, which has a Los Angeles office, makes 3-D printed dolls that children can design on the MakieLab website by choosing the hair, eye color and skin tone of the doll as well as what clothes she will wear.
The company then prints out a physical, 3-D doll on a six-foot-by-eight-foot 3-D printer, dresses the doll and ships it.
MakieLab also plans to personalize Star Darlings merchandise, another new Disney brand, in the future.
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