Doll's Vox was a girl group that consisted of 25 members and was produced by Takamizawa Toshihiko of The Alfee. His idea was to take the top 25 young idols of today and form them into one big group. Only 22 of these girls were featured on their debut single.
Several of the girls are models for popular junior fashion magazines, while others are famous among those who read lolita magazines or mook such as Pure Pure.
It can be assumed that Doll's Vox was a one-time unit, as the group has not released anything since their sole single in 2005.