Chloe Kim's year just keeps getting better — and it's only March. Having snagged a gold medal at her very first Olympics, been featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated with her dog Reese, and won Twitter, America's favorite snowboarder is now getting a different kind of accolade: her very own Barbie.
Like Ava DuVernay, Misty Copeland, and Zendaya before her, Chloe is getting a Barbie designed in her likeness in honor of her groundbreaking achievements. It's all part of Barbie's "Shero" program, which honors female role models "from diverse backgrounds and fields and are breaking boundaries to inspire the next generation of girls."
"Barbie's message to show girls that they can be anything is something I can get behind," Chloe said in a statement to Teen Vogue. "I'm so honored to be considered a role model and want girls to know that they can be athletic and girly at the same time!"
Chloe's doll bears a striking resemblance to the 17-year-old. Not only did they give her a snowboard (naturally), but they also had her outfit down to Chloe's signature camo-print bib pants and black beanie. What's more, the Barbie has the exact shade of Chloe's blonde hair and is beaming like she just won gold.
This year, Chloe is one of 17 historical and modern-day women getting immortalized with their own "Shero" dolls just in time for International Women's Day, which falls on Thursday, March 8. The 2018 "sheroes" come from all over the world, and include Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, Frida Kahlo, Amelia Earhart, Australian conservationist Bindi Irwin, Polish journalist Martyna Wojciechowska (the second Polish woman to conquer the Seven Summits), Chinese philanthropist and actor Guan Xiaotong, and many more.