NU Fantasy Coven Couture collection closes the circle with Elements of Enchantment Korinne Dimas

This past Saturday, Integrity Toys did a live presentation for two dolls: the last doll in the Coven Couture series by Mark Tinkey as well as the first doll in the new Magia 2000 series for the line. Both dolls got collectors really excited, even though they will not be received until Spring 2023. Here we check out the Elements of Enchantment Korrine Dimas doll by Mark, who was present in the webinar, answering questions and showing us the prototype doll who looks amazing. The doll is a W Club lottery and, if any remain after that goes through, they will become available to the public - a thing I doubt as they are very popular dolls.


Item # 75030

Elements of Enchantment

Korinne Dimas™ Dressed Doll

NU. Fantasy™: The Coven Couture Collection

Edition Size: 1500

Expected Ship Date: Early Spring 2023


Head Sculpt: Korinne

Body Type: FR 6.0

Foot Sculpt: High-heeled

Skin Tone: FR Black

Hair Color: Dark Copper

Eyelashes: Yes, Hand-applied

MSRP: $220 + S & H

Special W Club Price*: $199 + S & H

Sales method: This is being sold to W Club members via a W Club right-to-buy lottery offer. Should any product remain after fully placing the lottery, it will be initially made available to the public and for purchasing extras at the MSRP.

*Special W Club pricing is limited to one per membership



12.5-inch articulated doll with rooted hair and hand-applied eyelashes;

Metallic cross weave organza gown with lavish beading and golden leaf embroidery, designed by Mark Tinkey;

Handbag with rouching detail and "gold" chain fringe;

Asymmetric serpent earrings with "stone" detailing;

Geode-inspired cuff bracelet with more "stone" detail;

Coordinating platform heels with metallic vine detail in hematite colored metal;

Pair of manicured hands;

Extra pair of "hand on hip" hands (also perfect for spell-casting!);

Doll stand;

Certificate of authenticity.


What a firring way to close the Coven Couture collection! Korinne looks amazing again, first time she is in a darker skin tone - she usually stays lighter. It suits the gorgeous dress to a T - I love the shape of it and the embroidery is fantastic. I’m all for green - if you want to sell me something, paint it green - and this olive shade is awesome. The only thing that worries me is the execution of the hip drape at the back - it does not look nice in the photos and it did not look nice on the presentation video. I hope this turns out better on the production dolls. She definitely channels Never Predictable Adaline King from the 2017 IFDC convention, designed by Vaughn Sawyers.


Her face looks amazing and the voluminous hair kept away from the face with the braids and gathering is well executed and avoids problems like Zuri had in the latest Meteor outing. I would have liked brown eyes instead of green though - would have given more of an Egyptian vibe. Mark said that Ancient Egypt was one of his sources of inspiration and I always like its elements if well Incorporated, like here. The curly hair, draping on the hips, gown shape, transparent fabric, plus those asymmetrical serpent earrings, are perfection. Well done Mark, not only for this amazing doll, but for the entire collection, which is one of the best ones Integrity Toys has done lately. I’m entering the lottery, are you?

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Prototypes shown, final product may vary. Acrylic blocks in the accessory pictures are display props only and are not included with the doll. This collectible is meant for adult collectors ages 15 and up only.

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