Doe Deere and Doll Maker Makes Headlines for Print

Posted by Cameron on July 14, 2016 in Cosmetics, Fashion News, Social Media |


Doe Deere, founder of LimeCrime, posted a picture of her and her identical doll on Instagram. Her unique beauty caught the attention of artist Richard Prince, who printed off her image, deleted the name of the doll maker, and created a print that sold for 90,000 dollars. Despite Joshua David McKenney’s name being deleted, this print put McKenney in the limelight.

McKenney, the Brooklyn-based doll maker, has a cult following, including Grace Jones, Mariah Carey, Taylor Swift, and Dita Von Teese. He is not upset about the lack of credit, because it still helped to increase his exposure. He makes his Pidgin dolls to express his desire of magic and fantasy. Pidgin is an interesting name for a doll, because it is a language used to communicate between two people who don’t speak the same language. He feels the Pidgin doll communicates between people and shows the different sides of people. Doe Deere reposted the image on Instagram with the corrected caption.

Doe Deere founded LimeCrime in 2007 as an Ebay store. She loved playing with colors and inventing new looks. Even though, her fans would never know it, she claims her early experiments with make up didn’t turn out well. She seems to have figured out which rules to break with her brightly colored hues and deep dark palettes. Deere doesn’t stick to conventional fashion, which is why she is considered the leader of the unicorns. Her fans are unicorns, because they are unique and born to be themselves.

Doe Deere is a innovative leader in the fashion and beauty industry. She loves to walk to the beat of her own drum and dress the way she desires to dress. Her make up reflects her lively attitude. She constantly changes her hair from bright blue to dark red, and she lets her make up reflect who she is. Recently, she appeared in an article where she discusses which rules to break. Mixing patterns, palettes, and other rules that she feels can be done, as long as, they are intentionally broken. For example, her hair color is anything but ordinary, so she mixes light blue hair with deep, dark red. She advises her unicorns to make sure when you mix palettes or patterns that they compliment.


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