Pedigree sold dolls long before Sindy and on the pictures to the left you can see how Little Miss Vogue was presented in the Tri-ang Toys Christmas catalog from 1959.
As far as TLSM knows Little Miss Vogue was a “pre Sindy” doll made by Pedigree between 1959 and 1963. She was described (in the booklet below ) as “A 10 1/2-inch fully jointed all-vinyl teen-age doll with rooted saran hair (which may be blonde, platinum, auburn or brunette) and she arrives complete with elasticised nylon-lace bra and pantie-belt, nylon mesh stockings, pink, white or blue shoes, and pearl drop earrings.”
Inside of the box you got this little booklet together with the doll. Here you could see and read the outfits you could buy for your new Little Miss Vogue doll. As most she had around 30 different outfits.
As you can see on this picture to the right, Little Miss Vogue had a carry case as well. Probably dates from 1963, assumingly the last year that LMV was produced.
The Little Sindy Museum is lucky to have one Pedigree Little Miss Vogue from 1959.
This lovely doll was sold by Julie Campbell in November 2020. She came in her original clothes (her stay up tights are not original), with two other dresses and a skirt, all marked ‘Pedigree’.