Mattel’s President and COO Richard Dickson will discuss Barbie’s fashion legacy to date, and also look ahead at the brand’s bright future in this sector.
“We are incredibly proud to welcome back the Disney Princess and Frozen lines to Mattel,” said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer at Mattel.
“Together, Barbie and Balmain are creating a new chapter in the legacy of the toy and fashion industries,” said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer of Mattel.
“MEGA is a powerful asset within our portfolio and Glenn’s deep leadership experience in building sets positions us well to advance our global market share goals,” said Richard Dickson, Mattel’s President and Chief Operating Officer.
“This epic and unexpected collaboration between Gucci and Hot Wheels reinforces that toys are a canvas that reflect pop culture, fashion and design,” said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mattel.
“We are also prototyping personal protective equipment such as face shields for our heroes in the healthcare profession,” said Mattel president Richard Dickson.
“Creating a more sustainable world is important to our team, our company and our consumers, and our first construction line derived from bio-based plastics is an example of this,” said MEGA SVP Bisma Ansari.
Mattel looks to achieve 100% recycled, recyclable or bio-based plastic materials in all products and packaging by 2030
In the first half of this year, the company will debut its first product aligned with this goal: the Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack made from sugarcane-based plastics.