Fashion Week's Top Model: Barbie for Hervé Léger by Max Azria

09/17/2013 at 01:38 PM ET

Courtesy Herve Leger by Max Azria

You’ve coveted her closets, drooled over her handbag collection and now Barbie’s giving you another reason to wish you could follow in her fashionable footsteps: She’s modeling dresses for Hervé Léger by Max Azria.

Of course, the doll’s famously svelte figure is a perfect fit for the designer’s second-skin bandage dresses, and she’s got two of the pricey pieces in her closet: A red one, accessorized with a corset harness and gladiator boots, and a black-and-white one that comes with a studded clutch and booties. And because Barbie would never settle for a knockoff, the dresses are made with the same bandage material in the same factory that makes the non-doll-sized collection.

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Great news for those of you wishing you could squeeze into her looks: There’s no need to whittle yourself down to Barbie proportions. Hervé Léger will manufacture them in human sizes too. Start your countdown to mid-October, where you’ll be able to pick up all the Barbie-approved goods at their site, Neiman Marcus and This Barbie (and her sexy wardrobe) starts at $150, so start saving now.

Tell us: What do you think of Barbie’s latest look? Would you dare to do a fashion faceoff with Barbie in the same dress?

–Alex Apatoff

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