Doll versions of Heart Evangelista, Marian Rivera, Pia Wurtzbach, Anne Curtis, and KathNiel

IMAGE @jerrybuanjavier and @therealmarian on Instagram

A 23-year-old fashion designer named Alvin Dave Ocampo made impressive doll recreations of the gowns worn by Heart Evangelista and Marian Rivera.

Heart Evangelista was "ecstatic" when she saw her doll version on Instagram two days ago.

She reposted, "...It's meeee! Well, Barbie me!"

The doll's dress was copied by Alvin Dave Ocampo from the Mark Bumgarner gown that Heart wore at the wedding of her sister Camille Ongpauco two weeks ago.

In an interview with Ocampo via Instagram Direct, (Philippine Entertainment Portal) learned that the 23-year-old designer started making doll dresses in 2011.

He can finish one mini-gown in a day.

He is a big fan of fashion designers Francis Libiran, Michael Cinco, Rajo Laurel, Albert Andrada, and Mark Bumgarner.

"And I'm hoping to meet them soon, and be one of them soon," he told PEP.

Here are his other mini-creations.


It took Ocampo three months to finish recreating Kathryn's intricate Michael Cinco gown, which she wore in Star Magic Ball 2015.

Anne Curtis

The Kapamilya star wore this provocative dress for her movie The Gifted in 2014.

She described it as her "'ready for WAR-LA dress."

It took only one day for Ocampo to do his version of the high-slit dress.

Marian Rivera

The Far Eastern University alumnus also had his own version of the Kapuso Primetime Queen's wedding gown.

It took him two months to finish "Marian, the bride doll."

Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach

For the national costume portion of Miss Universe, our representative wore a detailed Capiz terno designed by Albert Andrada.

It also comes with an equally detailed headpiece and a fan.

Ocampo worked on his version for two weeks.


At the coronation night of Miss Universe 2015, Pia wore a royal blue gown.

In an interview with Inquirer, the gown's designer Albert Andrada related, "My inspiration for Pia’s costume and evening gown is all about 'The Pearl of the Orient.'

"The mermaid gown has a very simple front because I want Pia’s beautiful face to shine.

"The back reveals opulent details of sun rays made of beads, sequins and crystals, which represent the sun rising in the middle of a serene blue sea."

It only took a day for Ocampo to recreate Pia's winning look.





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