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     French beauty Nicky Doll is a 90’s inspired, life-sized doll based in New York. Her edgy fashion appearance is influenced by myriad stylistic movements, ranging from Parisian underground nightlife scene to the J-pop colorful culture. Born as Karl in Marseille and trained as a makeup artist in the high fashion sphere, Nicky Doll likes to be involved in fashion editorials and diverse visual projects. She recently did the cover of Féroce Magazine and been featured as a model on various publications such as En vie Magazine (USA), OUT magazine, Gibus Mag (France), as well The WOW Report. After venturing out of the Parisian party scene and relocating to the United States in 2015, Nicky Doll left a lasting impression on San Francisco when making her circuit debut at the notorious Black XXXMas (Industry + Gus Presents). Her undeniable stage presence, captivating dance moves, and sparkling persona has afforded her opportunities to dance and perform at world-class venues from The Abbey in Los Angeles to Queen Club Champs-Élysées in Paris. As a personality and performer, she’s shared the stage with various international circuit DJ stars such as Bob Sinclar, Abel, Nina Flowers, Alex Acosta, and Tommy Love, while Gus Presents and Ky Martinez Productions are just a few of the influential local promoters that she’s worked with closely. Most recently, Nicky has been featured as part of the artwork of Aftershock 2017, official after-hours event of the annual Folsom Street Fair in San Francisco. With her move to New York City, performing alongside The Voice Brazil finalist Nikki Valentine at Club Teatro in Costa Rica and being the face of The Dollz Tour with Erez Ben Ishay which brought her to perform in Portugal, France, Ecuador and Canada , 2019 is shaping up to be a blockbuster year as she expands her footprint and conquers the world!

 

Selected Venues:

FRANCE:

Queen Club (Paris), Gibus (Paris), Les Etoiles (Paris), Le YoYo (Paris), Le 6 (Nice), Coco Loko (Bordeaux), Stereo Klub (Bordeaux), New Cancan (Marseille)

USA:

The Abbey (L.A), Blow Fridays (L.A), Flamming Saddle (L.A),

The Standard (NYC), Cielo (NYC), Hudson Terraces (NYC)

1015 Folsom (SF), Verso (SF), Powerhouse (SF), The EndUp (SF), The Lookout (SF), Beaux (SF), The Café (SF),

Badlands (Sacramento), Splash (San Jose)

CENTRAL AMERICA:

Costa Rica: Club Teatro, San Jose

SOUTH AMERICA: 

Ecuador: Kika Danzatoria, Quito for Gay Pride

 

Details in the Press kit !