Cartoon fashions sets

Jem/Jerrica and Jem/Rio

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These are the FlipSide fashions from the doll line, atleast those were both Jem and Jerrica version appeared in the cartoon, even if Shana got Jerrica's versions a couple of times. Plus some extra more or less matching outfits for Jem and Jerrica often appearing in the same episode and in a certain theme.

There are also a bunch of matching outfits for Jem and Rio, either Rio got his outfit in a set with the entire group, or only him and Jem got their outfits in some romantic scene in a music video.

Jem/Jerrica

Episode: "The Beginning".
Notes: The original versions of the main fashions for Jem and Jerrica.


Episodes: "Starbright Part One: Falling Star" and "Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars".
Notes: The main fashions after they have been slightly adjusted to match the doll outfits better.


Episodes: Cartoon intro only, and "Frame Up".
Notes: Called "Rock Country" in the doll line. Jem's version never made it past the cartoon intro, and even Jerrica's version, which is only seen worn by Shana, only gets a quick appearance in the cartoon. I guess these fashions didn't look enough like rockstar fashions.


Episodes: "The Beginning" and "Frame Up".
Notes: Called "Up & Rockin'" in the doll line.


Episodes: "Disaster".
Notes: Called "Let's Rock This Town" in the doll line.


Episodes: "Disaster" and "Kimber's Rebellion".
Notes: Called "Gettin' Down To Business" in the doll line.


Episodes: "Kimber's Rebellion" and "Frame Up".
Notes: Called "Like A Dream" in the doll line.


Episodes: "Kimber's Rebellion".
Notes: Called "City Lights" in the doll line.


Episodes: "The World Hunger Shindig".
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Episodes: "Broadway Magic" and "Glitter and Gold".
Notes: Called "We Can Change It" in the doll line.


Episodes: "Island of Deception" and "Broadway Magic".
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Episodes: "Danse Time" and "Glitter And Gold".
Notes: Called "Lightnin' Strikes" in the doll line.


Episodes: "One Jem Too Many".
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Episodes: "Journey To Shangri-La".
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Episodes: "Rock N' Roll Express".
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Episodes: "Mardi Gras" and "Alone Again".
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Episodes: "Hollywood Jem Part One For Your Consideration..." and "Hollywood Jem Part Two And The Winner Is...".
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Episodes: "Midsummer Night's Madness".
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Episodes: "Midsummer Night's Madness".
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Jem and Rio


Episode: "The Beginning".
Notes: Their main outfits.


Episode: "Disaster".
Notes: The first matching set created only for Jem and Rio, appears in the music video "Like A Dream".


Episode: "Disaster".
Notes: Both appear for the first time when they go to Danielle's party on her yacht.


Episode: "Kimber's Rebellion".
Notes: Another set created to natch each other, used in music videos.


Episode: "Starbright Part One: Falling Star" and "Broadway Magic".
Notes: Updated versions of the above, also used in music videos.


Episode: "Frame Up".
Notes: From a scene added to a music video, "Truly Outrageous" in the retakes.


Episode: "Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars".
Notes: Both appeared in the movie "Starbright", where also the Holograms and the Misfits had matching outfits.


Episode: "Starbright Part One: Falling Star" and "Starbright Part Three: Rising Star".
Notes: Not actually matching outfits, but appear within the same trilogy and look like they could be matched togheter.


Episode: "The World Hunger Shindig".
Notes: Appear for the first time in the same episode, even if not togheter.


Episode: "In Stitches".
Notes: Music video only fashions, and this was Rio's only appearance in the entire episode.


Episode: "The Rock Fashion Book".
Notes: Appear for the first time togheter in the same episode.


Episode: "Glitter And Gold".
Notes: These very recognizable outfits were even released for the doll line, as a set, while the Holograms didn't get their matching outfits released.


Episode: "Renaissance Woman".
Notes: Renaissance fare.


Episode: "Renaissance Woman".
Notes: Robin Hood theme.


Episode: "Midsummer Night's Madness".
Notes: These greek outfits are some favorites of mine, and Rio actually doesn't only wear his in Greece.


Episode: "Straight From The Heart".
Notes: These late pieces of fashions look great. Not actually matching, but appeared at the same fashion show in the cartoon.

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