I Am U Dolls:
Stacey McBride-Irby has created another "Uniquely Beautiful" Doll line called I Am U Dolls.
Dolls honoring culture, allowing girls to create a journey of fun and confidence while embracing life as they reach towards goals of higher learning, recognizing their similarities and celebrating their Uniqueness.
She is now in stock and available for immediate shipping CLICK HERE TO ORDER
Two women from different eras come together to celebrate the Unique Beauty of our girls.
Growing up, Sunjai Williams loved playing with dolls and has been dancing since the tender age of five. She was introduced to us as a Dancing Doll on the reality hit TV show Bring It. Considered an underdog, her determination and moves landed Sunjai a full four-year dancing scholarship at DeSales University, qualifying Sunjai as a Uniquely Beautiful role model.
Another feature coming soon will be a place for everyone to share why they feel they are Uniquely Beautiful ...
Stacey want's to hear from you. That's what inspires her to create even more Uniquely Beautiful Dolls.
Stacey McBride-Irby started her own company in late of 2018, McIrby, Ent,
producing her IamU, Uniquely Beautiful Sunjai fashion doll. Former Chief
Product Development Officer and Director at One World Holdings, Inc. Prior
to, she served as a Project Designer for Mattel, Inc. for 15+ years. While
with Mattel, she created the So In Style line of AA Barbie's released in 2009.
The S.I.S. Barbie dolls come in a variety of skin hues with a fuller nose and lips, distinctive cheekbones and different hair colors and textures. She designed
the sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha Barbie, the first African-American Greek
Sorority. She designed a one of a kind take on the 1980’s Black Barbie, as well
as some of the 2010 Barbie career dolls, including Pet Vet Barbie, Rock Star
Barbie and Bride Barbie. She has been interviewed many articles such as
Ebony, Essence, Heart & Soul, LA’s Beauty Beat, Upscale, Chicago Sun Times
and Daily Breeze, and has appeared on the front cover of Wall Street Journal Personal newspaper. She has made TV appearances on CNN Prime News with Richelle Carey, BET’s My Black is Beautiful, Episode 1: Celebration of Black
Beauty. Further, she has been a guest on talk radio shows including The Tavis Smiley Show, New Day Talk Radio with Harold Fisher, and NPR “Tell Me More." Stacey also appeared on Fox's Talk Show, The Real, presenting the hostesses
with their own doll!