It may be interesting to note that she's not dressed tzniyusdikly (elbow), her shel rosh is offset, although she is wearing a skirt. Oh, and she's holding a Steinsaltz![No, these are not my observations; just passing on what I've seen reported elsewhere]
don't like barbies in general but that one is especially disturbing.
Mike - you are correct (I saw the comments on other blogs as well) but I figure of she is so liberated to wear tefillin when most women do not, she would have no problem learning from Steinsaltz. her sleeves, I guess she is modern..sarah - reminds me of Madonna
rafi - you found nachum a shidduch!
I had barbies, they were cute.but men and women are not allowed and should not wear each other's clothing.
malka,don't overlook the comfort factor
shaya - maybe MattisDan - do you know men who like to wear womens clothes because of the comfort factor? :-)malka - do you mean the tfillin (and tallis) are mens clothes and she should not wear them?
rafi,do you know men that don't?