Get ready, Blinks, because Blackpink unveiled their first collection of collectible dolls and other toys on Wednesday (July 1).
Created in collaboration with toy company Jazwares, Blackpink’s new collection includes two separate sets of 3″ dolls depicting Rosé, Jisoo, Jennie and Lisa’s most iconic looks from videos like “Kill This Love,” “Boombayah,” “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” and “Whistle.” (The Mystery Pop Star assortment come in a microphone-shaped storage case with 12 different collectible styles, while the Mystery Superstar set arrive with even more surprises for Blinks, including mix-and-match fashions for each band member, a beaded charm bracelet and a heart-shaped case.)
Also available is a light-up plush, perfect for Blinks to create their own light shows at home, synced to their favorite Blackpink music. Later this summer, the girl group will also be adding a VIP All-Access Box Assortment to the collection, featuring 10 surprise accessories inspired by their 2018 EP Square Up. So far, all the products in the collection range from $4.99 to $14.99 and are available at Target stores and online.
“We’re thrilled to join forces with the international sensation Blackpink to debut a collection both authentic to the individuality of the members and catered towards their loyal fans,” said Jazwares executive Laura Zebersky in a statement. “We worked closely with each artist to capture their unique styles, both on and off the stage, for the collectibles and hope that fans are just as excited as we are about the unique details and touches that went into the line’s creation.”
The toy collection arrives directly on the heels of Blackpink’s latest comeback single “How You Like That,” which broke multiple world records upon its release last week, including becoming the most-viewed music video in 24 hours on YouTube with an astounding 86.3 million views in its first day. The smash single precedes the group’s long-awaited debut album, which is set to arrive sometime this September.
Check out more from Blackpink’s new toy collection below (and see a pic of the dolls above).