Bibinee Dolls are embracing all kinds of Black beauty. 

Bibinee Dolls is a Black-owned business that features plush dolls with diverse skin tones, hair textures, and color schemes. The name Bibinee comes from the Ghanaian language Twi and is slang for “Black” to honor the founders’ heritage. 

Bibinee encourages kids to play with plush dolls of all genders. While girl dolls are the star of the show, Bibinee Dolls also feature multiple boy dolls and even Skye, a gender-neutral doll in a tan onesie. 

Each doll also features a fun outfit to match its personality. The Amirah doll features a bright pink outfit and a matching pink hijab with a flower on it. The Mabel doll features several patterns, including Ankara and Kente, which are inspired by traditional African fabric prints. 

Preschoolers can also come to class with new Bibinee Dolls backpacks, which feature matching dolls! Kids can personalize each Bibinee doll and backpack with their names or initials to make play even more special. 

With so many diverse options, kids will feel more seen than ever when they’re playing with their Bibinee Dolls! Bibinee Dolls are available at from $33.81-56.35.

About the author

Ashley Pelletier

Ashley Pelletier

Ashley is assistant editor for The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book with a Master's in journalism from Quinnipiac University. When she isn’t writing her latest story, she is reading a fantasy novel or rewatching one of her three favorite TV shows over and over again. She’s also a big fan of showing people pictures of her two dogs and cat.