One chilly November day, we at the Fashion Doll Witness Protection Program were contacted by special service agents from a secret program under the government umbrella. There was a famous gymnast defecting from Russia, and they wanted our help in giving her a new identity.
We were only happy to oblige. How could we turn her away? This is how Ava came to us — we shan’t reveal her real name, but let’s just say that you might recognize her if you get your hands on the right Russian newspapers.
I love the Moxie Girlz, and I’m kind of sad that they’re not being manufactured anymore. When they were out and an item, of course I didn’t have the money to purchase them. I do have one in my personal collection I had repainted, and I’ll photograph her eventually. I also have this beauty, who I rescued from somewhere but it’s been so long I can’t remember where from. I see them on ebay sometimes. I’m probably going to start buying them.
Her before pictures:
She smells a little bit like mothballs, but she was still in excellent condition. I just needed to get her hair straight. She’s a basic model Avery Moxie Girlz still in her original clothing, so I only repainted her face. I tried to give her a small quirk of a smile to go with one narrowed eye and a lifted eyebrow.
Ava has found a home. Her new owner will receive a certificate of authenticity once we can make contact.