The Russian cold ware bimbo program came under hard times near the end of the war and tried to appeal to a more commercial customer base.

However, while their scientists were top quality and produced some of the best bimbos, they struggled with the concepts of commercialism.

Take this example, one of their first attempts at commercializing their program.  The workmanship of the bimbo herself is exquisite, however the attempt to simply slap on a business tie to an otherwise stock model appealed to very few.

Of course that didn’t actually seem to impact sales, as customers quickly replaced the stock uniform with ones more suited to their tastes.