Barbie isn't exactly known for being body positive. Sure, she had quite the makeover last year, but she still has a long way to go before being totally size-inclusive.

To help promote body and race inclusivity, Barbie just released five new dolls.

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Each one is modeled after a different celebrity, and their look is designed by Christian Siriano.

One Barbie is inspired by Sarah Hyland's look for the 2014 Emmys.

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Beautiful.

Another is inspired by Leslie Jones' iconic "Ghostbusters" premiere look.

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Leslie Jones is stunning in both real life AND doll form.

Sarah Jessica Parker's Barbie has plenty of dramatic flair.

The look is a copy of what SJP wore on the cover of Marie Claire.

This Solange-inspired Barbie is slaying us all dead.

Solange Barbie
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The doll's look is inspired by what Solange wore for Art Basel.

For Siriano, the collaboration is a lifelong dream.

Christian Siriano Barbie collaboration
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“I’m thrilled to be teaming up with Barbie,” Siriano told Mic. “I’ve loved the brand since I was young, so it’s a dream come true to be collaborating with them to tell this story of body inclusivity and diversity.”

Unfortunately, the Barbie dolls aren't for sale.

Even though the designer Barbies aren't available for purchase, you can still buy inclusive dolls from the Fashionista range.