‘N Style Girls were a series of interactive fashion dolls manufactured by Thinkway Toys and released in 2001.
The dolls resembled Mattel’s Barbie, but they can talk and also can sing, The dolls recognized their own outfits and other clothes as well. They also came with accessories such as makeup compacts, barrettes, a music player with headphones, a purse and hair brush. Each doll also came with a extra outfit. There were 4 different dolls to collect.
The characters’ names are Nadine (African American), Ava (Blonde with rainbow dress) and Fushia (Blonde or Brunette with red dress).
The dolls didn’t sell well and as a result, Thinkway Toys discontinued them.
The dolls were easily forgotten after they were discontinued and they are very hard to find. However, the normal price they go for is normally $20.
(Updated on 12/3/2017)