Ankes Miniature Wonderland

Life is about the little things.

Anke Wonder grew up around a lot of dolls because her Mom is a doll collector. That’s why she started to design her own Barbie doll clothing when she got older. But she didn’t stop there.

After starting her own eco-conscious fashion brand, she used her love for making miniature garments also as a sustainable approach.

Zero Waste Fashion means that the waste of fabric during the production is little or non-existent. Any left-over fabric from the cutting process is used by Anke Wonder to create beautiful and forever-lasting miniature collections in the size for Barbie and Ken dolls.

Barbie wearing an orange pyramid outfit and a woman wearing the same outfit.

This shiny dress pays homage to the Louvre at night and it is a miniature replica of the women's dress, called Lumière.  

Two Ken Dolls in blue fisherman outfits and a man wearing the same blue jacket.

These "Fishermen" outfits are miniature versions of the collection Surf, which is inspired by a painting of the romantic landscape artist Carl Gustav Carus.  

Ken doll in cardboard outfit and man wearing the same cardboard outfit.

This experimental outfit is from the art collection The fall of Icarus, dealing with the legend of Icarus. 

Three Barbie Dolls in space outfits and a man wearing the same real-size suit.

These doll outfits are replica of the amazing collection Cielwhich is inspired by the stunning sport, called Wingwalking. 

Four Barbie dolls in biker outfits and a mannequin with the same biker print jacket.

These biker shirts have been designed by Anke Wonder for the German Company Biehler Sportswear during an internship. Because the real size outfits are designed with active lights to improve the safety of bikers, this collection is called Luminous.

Barbie and Ken dolls posing around a photo album and a woman wearing the same outfit.

These five multi-color outfits are from an collection, called Modition and Tradernthat combines the modern world with inherited traditions.

Barbie and Ken dolls in colorful outfits and a woman wearing the same red, yellow dress.

Bold happy colors are distinctive for these miniature garments of the collection Thanks Friday vs. Black Givingwhich deals with the two two successive holidays in America.

Barbie and Ken in wedding outfit on the left and the couple wearing the same wedding outfit on the right.

Could there be anything more romantic than wearing a custom wedding gown that represents the brides and grooms personal story?

Barbie and Ken in colorful handmade garments and a woman wearing the same outfit.

The first Barbie and Ken garments made from organic cotton of the collection Birds Wonderland. A collection that is dedicated to nature’s wonders and the majestic world of birds.