American pulled 70 thousand dollars to turn your home into a Barbie dream housePictolic
The girl, who calls herself the hottest fan of Barbie, lowered as much as 70 thousand dollars for their passion. And nothing that she was 34 years old. At Azusa Sakamoto from Los Angeles 145 dolls, 40 pairs of shoes and 60 handbags. She spends thousands of dollars on things with the logo of Barbie, including furniture and accessories.
Azusa works as a manicurist and moved to the US from Japan. She fell in love with these dolls, when I bought my first purse with the Barbie logo in 15 years.
Over the past 20 years love Azusa to Barbie only grew, and now all it is — brand Barbie. The girl recently dyed her hair pink and took the pseudonym Azusa Barbie. She claims she's not trying to be like the doll, she just likes the brand itself.
"I'm the biggest fan of Barbie. Everyone thinks I'm crazy, but I don't care. Everything I have must be Barbie, and I love it. I spent at least 70 thousand dollars for a collection of dolls, furniture, decor, clothing and travel," she says.
"Once I get my next paycheck, I can buy on the Internet even more. My whole house is full of things Barbie, including linen, carpets, wall decorations, and if something another brand, I'll make stickers and accessories."
"My collection of Barbie dolls behind glass in the living room in full view, and I support it in good condition. Every day I dress up in Barbie clothes. My entire wardrobe is full of matching each other's shoes, handbags and nails. I also have crockery, Cutlery and appliances Barbie, ornaments, creams and even underwear Barbie".
"Recently I attended a Meeting of collectors of Barbie, and it was wonderful, it's like a dream come true. All were asked to show the photos, and told me that I look like Barbie but I'm not trying to be like her, I just like the brand."
As a teenager, Azusa became interested in American culture and trends and met with the world of Barbie. Visiting USA as a student, she's still more loved this toy. Describing his first lunchbox with Barbie, she says: "He was pink, and it was a picture of Barbie of the 80s. I was ecstatic. He was supposed to be mine, I couldn't leave the store without it, so spent all my pocket money to buy this lunchbox. Since then I was obsessed with everything pink and Barbie. But I'm buying only licensed products of Barbie, and the shade of pink must be the same".
Fortunately, Aspin Ken 31-year-old doctor from Los Angeles with a great understanding of the passion of her friend. Azusa said, "Toys Barbie are often associated with children, but I try to maintain a more adult style".
The most expensive Barbie that bought Azusa — Nami Amuro Seen a Barbie that looks like popular Japanese pop singer. She was worth more than $ 1,100. The girl said that Barbie teaches girls they can be anything and have fun as they like. According to her, it's not just a doll, and the style of clothing, behavior and life.