|I wish the set came with one of those mannequins, but no: you get a pink toy camera instead.|
I'm curious about this one actually, since I'm hoping it cold be an alternative to Fashionista for rebodying older Barbies. Mattel's new tan caucasian skin tone is a bit more neutral beige than my '80s dolls', but I've noticed Steffi dolls tend to be more orange/pink in general. With Cool Kevin I kind of wished he wouldn't be quite such a bright shade of apricot, but he wasn't a body donor. Well, as usual we'll know when she arrives.
...It's funny, I always had Steffi Love down as a pretty boring clone doll - and now all of a sudden there's articulation everywhere, and I'm turning into quite the shill for Simba! The articulation thing probably shouldn't surprise me, since most doll manufacturers seem to have moved in that direction in recent years, but I'm certainly not complaining. :)
(Speaking of tan Caucasian: I'm trying to figure out whether Super Models Juls and Sarah have the same skin tone or not, but for some reason Juls always appears separately from the three in promo pics...)