Malaville is a place of make-believe where your dreams come to life and play is actively encouraged. Not quite a physical destination, but rather a doll collection that aims to inspire young and old to journey into the world of the creative imagination! The Malaville Debut Collection is a range of dolls that introduces a more diverse representation to the doll market. Malaville Toys was founded by international model, businesswoman and doll collector, Mala Bryan. “We live in a world where diversity in culture, race and colour is celebrated, so why not translate that to children through playtime from an early age?” says Bryan. The way children engage with their toys is a good reflection of how they will interact with their friends in the real world. A diverse world of toys will not only help children to form a well-rounded and realistic worldview but will also aid in developing a healthier self-image overall. Bryan has just launched four dolls of varied brown hues, each with their own career and natural beauty. Bryan felt the need to introduce careers in the creative fields as most of the dolls out there tend to gear towards conventional job titles such as doctors and vets. The Malaville dolls wear little to no make-up so as to move away from the world’s unrealistic portrayal of beauty. South Africa is now able to welcome Maisha, Mala, Malina and Mhina into their homes, each of whom sport individual outfits that match their personality and respective creative career. Exciting projects and additional dolls are in the pipeline, with an accessories line soon to be available online.
The Malaville dolls can be purchased online from www.malavilletoys.com
They are also sold at Carne opposite the road (153 Kloof Street) at R300,00 each.
Contact: Malaville Toys