Story of Museum Mile on Stardoll




The 1st collection was released on 29 September 2011 and it had a lot of limited decor items. On the 4th, 5th and 6th floor, clicking on the portraits you could buy the dresses and clothes (not limited)

Here are the clothes that we could had bought:



The 2nd collection was released on 20 February 2012 and the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th floors were limited.There were 2 dresses and a hat that we could had bought on the 5th floor clicking on the painting.


  Here are the clothes we could had bought:

On 24 February 2012 some items were added to the store: 










The 3rd collection was released on 19 September 2012 and it is inspired by Gustav Klimt.This collection had not limited items

Note: We also had a collection of Polished(20 September 2012) and a Tress up (25 September 2012) inspired by Gustav Klimt


The next collection (4th collection) was released on 07 June 2013 and it was inspired by inspired by the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. The 3 portraits at the 3rd floor were limited and costed 50 stardollars each one; these paintings were made by Frida Kahlo and one of them by her husband Diego Rivera.





On 16 June 2014, the 5th collection of Museum Mile "Fashion vs. Art" was released. This collection was a limited one, some of the items are animated. They were inspired by Chanel S/S 2014, Dior and some Louis Vuitton decor and the animated Butterfly dress, inspired by Elie Saab Spring 2014 Couture and I think it is the most wanted item.


On 12 December 2014 we received this dollmail saying that Royalty members would have exclusive pre-shopping during the weekend in the new collection "Savage Beauty: An Homage to Alexander McQueen" and since that day, Royalty members get 10% off in starplaza and suite shop.

The next day, Saturday 13 December 2014, the 6th collection has been released exclusively to Royalty members during the weekend, which means that Royalty had the opportunity to buy before anyone else and the items got sold out pretty fast! On Monday morning there was only the mannequin and one dress available for SS and non-SS members, quite disappointment for them!


On 02 March 2015, the winners of the contest "Stardoll Next Top Artist" were revealed and there was this post on Stardoll magazine: 
http://www.stardoll.com/en/magazine/post/112774/stardolls_next_top_artist.html and as you can see they said at the end of the article: 
"Be sure to stay tuned to the Official Stardoll Blog for upcoming tips and tricks from the winners of the very first Stardoll’s Next Top Artist, and don't miss Friday's Museum Mile exhibition collection! :) " so, we wait "patiently" the release of the new collection of Museum Mile.

So, on Friday, 6 March 2015, the 7th collection of Museum Mile with the winner designs has been released. This collection has some animated items and it is not limited.


On 30 May 2015 Stardoll released the 8th collection called "Jean Paul Gaultier Tribute"
It was released without any tip and it was on a Saturday, first only for Royalty Members which made all the other users very upset. Almost the whole collection got sold out in a few hours as the items were super limited. 

But on Monday, 1 June 2015, Stardoll added 200 pieces on each item of the collection and then everyone were able to buy!! 


On Monday, 7 September 2015, the 9th collection of Museum Mile with the winner designs of the 2nd Stardoll Next Top Artist, has been released. This collection is not limited.



On Monday, 20 November 2015, the 10th collection of Museum Mile called "Vivienne Westwood Tribute" has been released.

This collection was limited and all the outfits were inspired by Vivienne Westwood creations (some items from Fall 1995 RTW, Spring 2007 RTW, Fall 2007 RTW, Spring 2011 RTW, Fall 2011 RTW, Fall 2012 RTW, Spring 2013 RTW, Fall 2013 RTW, Fall 2014 RTW, Fall 2015 Menswear). 
The Wedding dress is inspired by one that Sarah Jessica Parker wore on Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw's wedding, the hat is inspired by one that Pharrel Williams wore on the Grammys 2014, the iconic pair of shoes wore by Naomi Campbell when she fell on the catwalk and others



These are all Museum Mile collections until now!
Which collection do you prefer?

xoxo, sdoreymenano