The new Barbie sports a skintight metallic outfit and a golden circle on her forehead, mimicking the image of the rock icon onstage in the early 1970s.
This week, the world learned that Barbie is a Bowie fan.
With its release of a doll dressed as David Bowie's glittering alter ego Ziggy Stardust, Mattel said it was celebrating the 50th anniversary of Space Oddity, released in 1969.
The new Barbie doll wears a body-hugging metallic "spacesuit," calf-high red platform boots and silver earrings with dangling stars. Her dark red hair is slicked back like Ziggy Stardust's, and daubed on her