Daisy in "Go-Go Girl". Willow in "Supper with Friends". These are both dressed dolls. Daisy has a long ponytail on the top. Her "helmet" has a hole for the ponytail to stick out. It snaps around the head.
Basic Daisy and Willow. They come with a pixie cut and 3 hairpieces - a fancy up-braid (just barely visible on the mannequin head on the ground), a long fall, and a bun (for on top of head). The bun and braid attach with a hair-colored headband. The fall attaches with tiny clips. Basic Daisy has white "frosted" lipstick. In the background is the outfit "Little Underthings."
Very daring low cut gown. I think it's called something like "Somers and Fields 25th Anniversary".. That's Doug James' hand showing of the shoes, which have rhinestone t-straps. Modelled by a basic Daisy with the bun hairpiece.
The "Mannequin". This will sell for around $30 and is great for sewing or displaying outfits. It comes with removable arms, and an extra 3rd arm, which is bent. Don't know if D&W will be produced with bent arms. You can also see the stand (base may change. Doug James would like to see a different color and the Somers and Fields logo on it.) Unfortunately, if you have a doll from 1999 that came without a stand, you will have to purchase one ($15 - $18. I got conflicting suggested retail price on those.)