I was never crazy into Archie comics; I had a bunch of old ones, sometimes bought new ones, but didn't really "collect" them. Way cooler, to me, and much more rare, because they were printed in the 50's and 60's, were Katy Keene comics. I don't remember any plots, but I'm sure it was all love triangle and dumb puns, but every issue was full of paper dolls. And the designs were sent in by readers! You could read who sent in the ideas for each garments, and if you were me, fantasize about sending in designs and achieving world wide fame. I was like, seven, OK?
Of course, she had a nemesis, Gloria, a little sister, a boyfriend, a chubby pal, and a friend named Lucki, whose short red bob I admired. They weren't really functional as paper dolls - so fragile on their old newsprint and such teeny tiny tabs, but they were a wonderful alternative to Betty and Veronica with their endless letter sweaters and dungarees.