Cartoon fashions
Jem

A total of 129 Jem fashions have been identified. Blue is the color Jem prefers by far, and pink only comes in second place, before purple. She rarely wears anything in colors like gray, brown or black. I won't mention the earrings for every fashions, since we all know Jem insists on always wearing the same pair for some reason.


J-1

Episode: "The Beginning",
"Disaster",
"Kimber's Rebellion",
"Frame Up",
"The Battle Of The Bands".

Details: Dress. Belt. Pumps. Bracelet.
Other versions: Cartoon variation. Doll. Doll artwork. Comics. Books.
Notes: Jem's original outfit, which the first doll wore. Doll version had white glittery tights. Also appears in the cartoon intro.

Rock Country

Episode: Only in cartoon intro.
Details: Blouse. Wrap skirt. Shoes. Glasses. Necklace. Bracelets.
Other versions: Doll fashion.
Notes: A FlipSide fashion. Never appears anywhere else in the cartoon than in the original cartoon intro. It is a Flipside though and the other part of it appears once worn by Shana. It does appear in the comics though, where the skirt is more white.
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]

J-6 Up & Rockin'

Episodes: "The Beginning",
"Kimber's Rebellion",
"Frame Up",
"The Battle Of The Bands",
"Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars",
"Starbright Part Three: Rising Star",
"The World Hunger Shindig",
"In Stitches",
"Culture Clash",
"Hollywood Jem Part Two And The Winner Is...".

Details: Dress. Tights. Necklace. Scarf. Pumps.
Other versions: Doll fashion. Doll artwork. Comics.
Notes: A FlipSide fashion. Shown with no necklace in the comics, and yellow shoes. Also worn by Jerrica in the comics.
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]


J-2 Let's Rock This Town

Episode: "Disaster",
"Kimber's Rebellion",
"Frame Up",
"The Battle Of The Bands".

Details: Dress. Belt. Tights. Boots.
Other versions: Cartoon variation, Doll fashion. Doll artwork. Comics.
Notes: A FlipSide fashion. In the doll line fashion the dress was yellow, and shoes were yellow sandals. The dress was later changed to yellow to resemble the doll line fashion. In the comics, Jem wore a headband instead of a belt and the dress was yellow like it later became even in the cartoon.
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]

J-16

Episode: "Disaster".
Details: Swimsuit. Ring.
Notes: Music video fashion.

J-7 Command Performance

Episode: "Disaster",
"Kimber's Rebellion",
"Frame Up",
"The Battle Of The Bands",
"Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars",
"In Stitches",
"KJEM".

Details: Hairbow. Dress. Tights. Pumps. Necklace. Bracelets.
Other versions: Doll fashion, doll artwork. Comics.
Notes: In the doll line version, the dress was turquoise and had no accessories. Also very much resembles the design of the Flash 'n Sizzle Jem doll, but different colors. In the comics this fashion was seen worn by Kimber, in it's turquoise version. Also appears in the second cartoon intro.
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]


J-3 Gettin' Down To Business

Episode: "Disaster",
"Kimber's Rebellion",
"Frame Up",
"The Battle Of The Bands",
"Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars",
"In Stitches",
"The Rock Fashion Book".

Details: Dress. Skirt. Belt. Tights. Sandals.
Other versions: Doll fashion. Doll artwork. Comics.
Notes: A FlipSide fashion. Named after a song. In the doll line version the tights looked different and the shoes were pink. Also appears in a commercial bumper. In the comics this fashion was also worn by Jerrica, aswell as Jerrica wore her corresponding version.
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]
[Model cel picture by Eugene Ocasio]

J-4 Like A Dream

Episode: "Kimber's Rebellion",
"The Battle Of The Bands",
"Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars",
"The Talent Search Part 2",
"KJEM".

Details: Dress. Belt. Jumpsuit. Socks. Pumps. Necklace. Gauntlets. Bracelet.
Other versions: Doll fashion. Doll artwork. Comics.
Notes: Flipside fashion. Named after a song. In the doll line version the socks had blue horizontal stripes. In the comics this fashion had no belt or necklace. Also appears in the second cartoon intro. Also appears in a commercial bumper.
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]

J-10

Episode: "Kimber's Rebellion",
"Frame Up".

Details: Coat. Blouse. Boots.
Other versions:
Notes: This outfit was only worn in music videos. Was later re-colored in brighter colors for the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star".


Jem poster

Episode: "Kimber's Rebellion".
Details: Hairpiece. Dress.
Other versions:
Notes: Based on model art, only appears as background art and never actually worn by Jem in the cartoon.


Episode: "Kimber's Rebellion".
Details: Hairpiece. Necklace. Dress. Gauntlets.
Other versions:
Notes: Based on model art, only appears as background art and never actually worn by Jem in the cartoon.

Jem poster

Episode: "Kimber's Rebellion".
Details: Dress. Gloves.
Other versions:
Notes: Based on model art, only appears as background art and never actually worn by Jem in the cartoon.


J-5 City Lights

Episode: "Kimber's Rebellion",
"Frame Up",
"The Battle Of The Bands",
"Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"Last Resorts",
"Scandal",
"Britrock".

Details: Hairpiece. Dress. Belt. Tights. Pumps. Necklace. Anklet.
Other versions: Doll fashion, doll artwork. Comics.
Notes: Flipside fashion. In the doll line version, the pink parts were purple. In the comics this fashion had no hairpiece, necklace, belt
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]

J-11

Episode: "Frame Up",
"Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars",
"Broadway Magic",
"Mardi Gras",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter".

Details: Dress. Tights. Shoes.
Other versions: Comics.
Notes: Seen with red or white flowers.

Princess gown

Episode: "Frame Up".
Details: Hat. Dress. Belt.
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion. Only fashion added in retakes extra material. Has a corresponding outfit for Rio.


Sophisticated Lady / J-9

Episode: "Frame Up",
"Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"Starbright Part Three: Rising Star",
"In Stitches",
"The Princess And The Singer",
"Glitter And Gold",
"The Bands Break Up",
"KJEM".

Details: Hat. Jacket. Skirt. Shoes. Necklace. Handbag.
Other versions: Doll fashion. Doll artwork. Comics.
Notes: In the cartoon this is designed by Danielle. In the doll line version, the fashion was pink and blue, the hat was for Jerrica, there were blue tights, and the shoes were blue sandals. In the comics this outfit was colored like in the doll line and had no hat, and was worn by Jem aswell as Jerrica, and also Jerrica's part of this Flipside fashion seems to appear worn by Jem aswell as Jerrica. In "Starbright Part Three: Rising Star" it's only seen hanging on a garment rail, and in re-used animation.
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]

Guard

Episode: "The Battle Of The Bands".
Details: Hat. Shirt. Necktie. Belt. Pants. Shoes.
Other versions:
Notes: Misfits music video fashion. Resembling outfits for the Holograms (except Raya).

Cheerleader

Episode: "The Battle Of The Bands".
Details: Top. Mini-skirt. Shoes. Pompoms.
Other versions:
Notes: Misfits music video fashion. Resembling outfits for the Holograms (except Raya).


Maid

Episode: "The Battle Of The Bands".
Details: Blouse. Pants. Apron. Shoes.
Other versions:
Notes: Misfits music video fashion. Resembling outfits for the Holograms (except Raya).

J-1

Episode: "Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"Starbright Part Three: Rising Star",
"The World Hunger Shindig",
"Adventure In China",
"The Music Awards Part 1",
"Broadway Magic",
"In Search Of The Stolen Album",
"The Princess And The Singer",
"The Jem Jam Part 1",
"Culture Clash",
"Glitter And Gold",
"The Talent Search Part 2",
"Treasure Hunt",
"The Fan",
"One Jem Too Many",
"Journey Through Time",
"Hollywood Jem Part One For Your Consideration...".

Details: Back. Dress. Belt. Pumps.
Other versions: Cartoon variation. Doll. Doll artwork. Comics. Books.
Notes: Jem's original outfit, which the first doll wore. Doll version had white glittery tights. Also appears in three commercial bumpers. Also appears in four of the superstar clips.

Gown

Episode: "Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"In Search Of The Stolen Album".

Details: Dress. Gloves. Shoes. Bracelet.
Other versions:
Notes: In the cartoon this is designed by Danielle. For not being a doll line fashion, it gets alot of attention.


J-8 Award Night

Episode: "Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"The Bands Break Up".

Details: Jumpsuit. Belt. Boots. Boa.
Other versions: Doll fashion. Doll artwork. Comics.
Notes: This outfit actually first appears in the episode "The Bands Break Up". "J-8A" is the same outfit without boa. In the doll line version, this outfit was silver, belt was pink with a gem, and pink pumps. In the comics, Kimber, Aja and Shana wears it. Also appears in the cartoon intro, in a darker gray, a pink boa, and glasses.
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]

J-8A Award Night

Episode: "Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"The World Hunger Shindig",
"The Music Awards Part 1",
"The Rock Fashion Book",
"Intrigue At The Indy 500",
"Roxy Rumbles",
"Britrock",
"Hollywood Jem Part One For Your Consideration...".

Details: Jumpsuit. Belt. Boots.
Other versions: Doll fashion. Doll artwork. Comics.
Notes: Same fashion as the previous, "J-8" but without boa. In the doll line version, this outfit was silver, belt was pink with a gem, and pink pumps. In the comics, Kimber, Aja and Shana wears it. Had a "J" on the belt in the comics, and the Holograms also wore this same fashion.
[Doll fashion picture by RHC]

J-10

Episode: "Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"Broadway Magic",
"The Jazz Player",
"Rock N' Roll Express".

Details: Hat. Trenchcoat. Top/Scarf. Boots.
Other versions: Comics.
Notes: An earlier version is darker blue. Although this fashion was not part of the doll line, a similar one seems to appear in the comics.


J-14

Episode: "Starbright Part One: Falling Star",
"Starbright Part Three: Rising Star",
"The Jem Jam Part 2".

Details: Dress. Tights. Shoes. Bracelet.
Other versions:
Notes: Resembling outfits for the Holograms (except Raya). Also appears in a commercial bumper. Fashion used in South Park's parody.


Episode: "Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars".
Details: Coat. Crown. Flowers.
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion. Coat over fashion "Like A Dream".

J-17

Episode: "Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars",
"Starbright Part Three: Rising Star",
"The Music Awards Part 1",
"Father's Day".

Details: Jacket. Blouse. Pants. Pumps.
Other versions:
Notes: Hearts on the collar. Also seen with a blue shirt in "Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars", blooper though.


J-13

Episode: "Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars".
Details: Top. Belt. Skirt. Sandals. Bracelet.
Other versions:
Notes: Movie scene fashion. Resembling outfits for the Holograms (except Raya).
[Model cel picture by jelk7078]

J-18

Episode: "The World Hunger Shindig",
"Rock N' Roll Express".

Details: Dress (I guess). Neckpiece. Gloves. Tights. Boots.
Other versions:
Notes: This fashion was simplified, with less details than the original design.

J-19

Episode: "Adventure In China",
"A Change Of Heart".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Strangely, although this outfit was re-colored from this original version in a later episode, it then re-appears again with this color in an episode after that.


J-19A

Episode: "Adventure In China",
"A Change Of Heart".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Was meant to appear also in the episode "The Rock Fashion Book" in the music video "Come On In The Water's Fine" when Jem and the Holograms and Rio are standing in the boat, but never got past the storyboard.

J-20

Episode: "Adventure In China".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


Episode: "Last Resorts",
"Danse Time",
"Journey To Shangri-La",
"The Middle Of Nowhere".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


J-22

Episode: "Last Resorts",
"Video Wars".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

J-23

Episode: "Last Resorts",
"Video Wars".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

J-24

Episode: "Last Resorts",
"One Jem Too Many".

Details: Shiny slicker. Scarf. Wristbands. Shoes.
Other versions:
Notes:


J-25 (?)

Episode: "Last Resorts".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


Episode: "In Stitches".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion.


Episode: "In Stitches".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion.



Episode: "In Stitches",
"In Search Of The Stolen Album",
"The Princess And The Singer",
"Culture Clash",
"Scandal",
"The Talent Search Part 1",
"The Talent Search Part 2",
"Homeland, Heartland",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter",
"Straight From The Heart".

Details:
Other versions: This outfits has appeared on a doll released by Integrity Toys.
Notes: Designed by Shana in the cartoon for the Rock fashion contest in Venice. This outfit was stolen by Zipper, re-colored to black, and worn by Pizzazz. Still Jem is seen wearing it after that. According to Pizzazz this fashion has sissy colors. Funny how the model artists bothered to create it to never be worn, just stolen by Zipper, and then accidentally used it in other episodes.

J-27

Episode: "In Stitches".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

Jem Venetian Costume (with mask)

Episode: "In Stitches".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion.


J-28

Episode: "In Stitches",
"Alone Again",
"Britrock".

Details: Hairpiece. Jacket. Top. Gloves. Pants. Boots.
Other versions:
Notes: Designed by Shana according to the episode "In Stitches".

J-30

Episode: "The Music Awards Part 1",
"The Music Awards Part 2".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

J-35

Episode: "The Music Awards Part 1",
"The Rock Fashion Book",
"Broadway Magic",
"The Princess And The Singer",
"Culture Clash",
"The Presidential Dilemma",
"Danse Time",
"The Jazz Player",
"Homeland, Heartland".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Also appears in one of the superstar clips.


J-34

Episode: "The Music Awards Part 1",
"The Rock Fashion Book",
"Hot Time In Hawaii",
"Island Of Deception",
"Hollywood Jem Part Two And The Winner Is...",
"A Father Should Be...".

Details: Top. Skirt. Belt. Pumps. 2 bracelets.
Other versions:
Notes: Designed by Shana. Also seen with two yellow bracelets.


Episode: "The Music Awards Part 1".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

J-36

Episode: "The Music Awards Part 2",
"Broadway Magic",
"In Search Of The Stolen Album",
"Old Meets New",
"The Jem Jam Part 1",
"The Jem Jam Part 2",
"The Presidential Dilemma",
"Homeland, Heartland".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


J-31

Episode: "The Rock Fashion Book",
"In Search Of The Stolen Album",
"Alone Again",
"Straight From The Heart".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Designed by Shana.

Jem Mermaid

Episode: "The Rock Fashion Book".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion.

J-32

Episode: "The Rock Fashion Book",
"Video Wars",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter",
"Straight From The Heart".

Details: Coat. Top. Belt. Pants. Sandals.
Other versions:
Notes: Designed by Shana according to the episode "The Rock Fashion Book". But designed by Regine according to the episode "Straight From The Heart", although it first appeared long before Regine was introduced. Also seen with an orange collar.


J-33

Episode: "The Rock Fashion Book",
"The Jem Jam Part 1",
"Treasure Hunt",
"Aztec Enchantment".

Details: Hairband.
Other versions:
Notes: Designed by Shana.

J-37 / Who is She?

Episode: "Broadway Magic",
"Homeland, Heartland",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

J-38 We Can Change It

Episode: "Broadway Magic",
"In Search Of The Stolen Album",
"The Princess And The Singer",
"Old Meets New",
"The Jem Jam Part 2",
"The Bands Break Up",
"Danse Time",
"Mardi Gras".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Also appears in one of the superstar clips.


J-39 Broadway Magic

Episode: "Broadway Magic",
"The Jem Jam Part 1",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Released as a separate doll in 2013 by Integrity Toys. Named "Broadway Magic" by Integrity Toys after the episode title. Also Pizzazz wore this, because the Misfits were the understudies for the show, but only in the storyboard, the Misfits got their own outfits in the episode. Also appears in the second cartoon intro.

J-39-A Garden party

Episode: "Broadway Magic",
"The Talent Search Part 1".

Details: Top. Pants. Pumps. Necklace. Bracelets.
Other versions:
Notes:

J-42

Episode: "Hot Time In Hawaii".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


J-43

Episode: "Hot Time In Hawaii",
"Video Wars".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

J-41

Episode: "Hot Time In Hawaii",
"The Day The Music Died".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

J-44

Episode: "Hot Time In Hawaii".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Was named J-43 in the storyboard for the music video "How You Play The Game".


Jem- transformed into fan at airport. (not a main fashion)

Episode: "The Princess And The Singer".
Details: Hat. Jacket. Top. Tights. Socks. Shoes. Necklace.
Other versions:
Notes: Was only to be a hologram in the episode, but never appeared.
[Model cel picture by silvrdrago]

Joker Jem

Episode: "The Princess And The Singer".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

J-40

Episode: "Island Of Deception".
Details: Dress. Gauntlets. Pumps.
Other versions:
Notes:



Episode: "Island Of Deception",
"The Stingers Hit Town Part One".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion.

J-46

Episode: "Island Of Deception".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Also appears in the second cartoon intro.

J-47

Episode: "Old Meets New".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Also appears in the second cartoon intro.


50's Jem

Episode: "Old Meets New".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion.

J-49

Episode: "Old Meets New",
"Culture Clash".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:
[Model cel picture by RHC]

J-50

Episode: "Old Meets New".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


J-51

Episode: "Old Meets New",
"The Talent Search Part 1",
"Straight From The Heart".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Shares the same number as the following fashion. Although it was already designed and worn long before, according to the episode "Straight From The Heart" this outfit was designed by Regine.

J-51

Episode: "Intrigue At The Indy 500",
"Father's Day".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Shares the same number as the previous fashion.

J-52

Episode: "Intrigue At The Indy 500",
"Culture Clash",
"Glitter And Gold",
"The Talent Search Part 2".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


J-53

Episode: "Intrigue At The Indy 500".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Beneath the left pocket this outfit actually says "Jem", like the front of the helmet does.


Episode: "Culture Clash",
"Hollywood Jem Part One For Your Consideration...".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

J-58

Episode: "Culture Clash",
"Video Wars",
"Journey Through Time",
"The Bands Break Up",
"Hollywood Jem Part One For Your Consideration...",
"Hollywood Jem Part Two And The Winner Is...".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


J-59 Glitter 'n Gold Jem

Episode: "Glitter And Gold",
"The Presidential Dilemma",
"The Fan",
"Father's Day",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter",
"Straight From The Heart".

Details: Cape. Bodysuit. Skirt. Tights. Bracelets. Pumps.
Other versions: Doll. Doll artwork. Books.
Notes: According to the music video in the cartoon, Shana designed this fashion.
[Model cel picture by Jem's Space]

Rock 'n Curl Jem

Episode: "Glitter And Gold",
"Scandal",
"The Presidential Dilemma",
"Father's Day",
"Aztec Enchantment",
"Britrock".

Details: Dress. Tights. Pumps.
Other versions:
Notes: In France, the doll wearing this outfit was called "Rock 'n Roll Jem". Also appears in a commercial bumper.

Star Struck Guitar / J-61

Episode: "Glitter And Gold",
"The Talent Search Part 1",
"Trick Or Techrat",
"Riot's Hope".

Details: Shirt. Skirt. Tights. Pumps.
Other versions:
Notes: In the doll line, this fashion came with boots aswell as a guitar.


Rhythm'n Flash / J-62

Episode: "Glitter And Gold",
"The Talent Search Part 1",
"Trick Or Techrat",
"Renaissance Woman".

Details: Shirt. Tights. Belt with fringes. Hairband. Pumps.
Other versions:
Notes: In the doll line this fashion came with boots and a tambourine.

Rollerskater Jem

Episode: "Scandal".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


Episode: "Treasure Hunt",
"Danse Time",
"The Fan",
"Roxy Rumbles",
"Homeland, Heartland",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter",
"Out Of The Past",
"Hollywood Jem Part Two And The Winner Is...",
"The Stingers Hit Town Part Two",
"Straight From The Heart",
"Riot's Hope",
"A Father Should Be...".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


Witch Jem

Episode: "Trick Or Techrat".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

Lightnin' Strikes

Episode: "Danse Time",
"Straight From The Heart",
"A Father Should Be...".

Details: Jacket. Tights. Belt. Pumps.
Other versions:
Notes: The doll line version had orange shoes.


Episode: "Danse Time",
"Video Wars",
"Hollywood Jem Part One For Your Consideration...".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:



Episode: "Danse Time",
"Father's Day",
"The Middle Of Nowhere".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

Hollywood Jem

Episode: "The Fan",
"One Jem Too Many",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter",
"Hollywood Jem Part One For Your Consideration...",
"Hollywood Jem Part Two And The Winner Is...",
"The Day The Music Died",
"That Old Houdini Magic".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Named "Hollywood Jem" in the Integrity Toys doll line, where this was the first doll released. Although this was most likely not the fashion Hasbro intended when using the name "Hollywood Jem".


Episode: "Journey To Shangri-La".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:



Episode: "Journey To Shangri-La".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: This is what's underneath the previous fashion.


Episode: "One Jem Too Many".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion.

Fake Jem

Episode: "One Jem Too Many",
"Straight From The Heart",
"A Change Of Heart".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: This was originally not a Jem fashion, since Clash wore it when impersonating Jem. But then Jem is seen wearing it later.


Royalty Jem

Episode: "One Jem Too Many".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion. Only a crown though.

Fake Jem 2

Episode: "One Jem Too Many",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes: This was originally not a Jem fashion, since Clash wore it when impersonating Jem. But then Jem is seen wearing it later.

J-76

Episode: "Music Is Magic",
"That Old Houdini Magic".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


Exterminator Jem

Episode: "The Jazz Player".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: This outfit is a hologram by Synergy.


Episode: "Rock N' Roll Express".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Created by Synergy as a holographic disquise.


Episode: "Rock N' Roll Express".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


American Beauty Jem

Episode: "Rock N' Roll Express",
"Journey Through Time",
"The Day The Music Died",
"Straight From The Heart".

Details: Hairbow. Dress. Boa. Pumps. Earrings.
Other versions:
Notes: This is one of few fashions where Jem wears other earrings.

J-80

Episode: "The Middle Of Nowhere".
Details: Hooded shirt. Jacket. Belt. Pants. Boots.
Other versions:
Notes:


Episode: "Aztec Enchantment".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:



Episode: "Aztec Enchantment",
"Video Wars".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

Let's Rock This Town

Episode: "Video Wars".
Details: Dress. Belt. Tights. Boots.
Other versions: Comics.
Notes: Second cartoon version of this doll line fashion, this time it's yellow instead of light blue, resembling the doll line version more. But the doll line version came with sandals. In the comics Jem wore no belt with this fashion, but a headband instead, and no tights or boots but pink pumps. Also appears in three of the superstar clips.


Episode: "Renaissance Woman".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:



Episode: "Renaissance Woman".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

Robe

Episode: "Mardi Gras".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

Mardi Gras

Episode: "Mardi Gras".
Details: Mask. Dress. Pumps.
Other versions:
Notes:


Pajamas

Episode: "Homeland, Heartland",
"Beauty And The Rock Promoter".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:


Episode: "Homeland, Heartland".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: The top inside the jacket of a previous fashion.


Episode: "Journey Through Time".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: A hologram created by Synergy for when Jem and the Holograms go back in time to the 1780's Vienna, Austria.



Episode: "Journey Through Time".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: A hologram created by Synergy for when Jem and the Holograms go back in time to the 40's.


Episode: "Beauty And The Rock Promoter".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes:

Beauty

Episodes: "Beauty And The Rock Promoter", "Straight From The Heart".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: This dress was designed for the Beauty and the Beast rock opera, but then appeared in another episodes aswell.



Episode: "Britrock".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: This fashion appear only as background art, and is based on some Jem model art that was created very early, for the first five episodes. Previously appeared in the cartoon, also then as background art, but colored differently.


Episode: "Britrock".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion.


Episode: "Hollywood Jem Part One For Your Consideration...",
"The Day The Music Died".

Details:
Other versions:
Notes:



Episode: "Hollywood Jem Part One For Your Consideration...",
"Midsummer Night's Madness".

Details: Dress. Shoes.
Other versions:
Notes: Also appears in a commercial bumper.

Hollywood Jem

Episode: "Hollywood Jem Part Two And The Winner Is...".
Details: Hairpiece. Dress. Belt. Pumps. Necklace.
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Notes: Also seen in a commercial bumper. Based on a doll that was never released, only pictures have been found.


Episode: "The Stingers Hit Town Part One",
"The Stingers Hit Town Part Two".

Details:
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Notes: Dark red or just brown? it's hard to tell. Part of a set of dresses for the Holograms. This is what Riot first met Jem wearing.


Cleopatra Jem

Episode: "The Stingers Hit Town Part One".
Details:
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion.


Episode: "Midsummer Night's Madness".
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Notes: Part of a set of similar Greece-inspired fashions for the Holograms, Jerrica, Rio and the Stingers.


Episode: "Midsummer Night's Madness".
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Notes: Music video fashion. A similar outfit won by Jerrica in the same music video, in a scene that symbolizes how she fights against herself for Rio's love. Some have compared this outfit to She-ra.


Rockin' Romance Jem

Episode: "The Day The Music Died",
"Riot's Hope".

Details: Hairbow. Dress. Shoes. Bracelet.
Other versions:
Notes: Based on a doll that was never officially released but only produced a few of.

Cruise wear

Episode: "The Day The Music Died".
Details: Headband. Jacket. Minidress. Shoes.
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Notes: Introduced in the scene where Riot has taken Jem away for a cruise, where they are having dinner, dancing, playing in a casino, and watching the water and the stars at night.

Bathing suit with jacket

Episode: "The Day The Music Died".
Details: Jacket. Bathing suit. Sandals. Towel.
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Notes: A re-colored version of an earlier fashion "J-19". Introduced in the scene where Riot takes Jem waterskiing after their cruise.


Shipwrecked

Episode: "The Day The Music Died".
Details: Bikini top. Bikini bottom.
Other versions:
Notes: Introduced in the scene where Jem and Riot end up on a desert island near Mexico. Designed by Jem, since who else would design it on the island?


Episode: "That Old Houdini Magic".
Details: Hat. Top. Skirt. Shoes.
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Notes: Worn for the Astral vs. Rapture magic duel. Part of a set of fashions for the Holograms.


Episode: "Straight From The Heart".
Details: Hat. Top. Belt. Skirt. Shoes.
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Notes: This is what Jem wears to Regine's fashion show at Danielle's mansion. The second last actual fashion created for Jem in the cartoon.


Private detective Jem

Episode: "Straight From The Heart".
Details: Hat. Coat.
Other versions:
Notes: Music video fashion. Same outfit worn by the Holograms.


Episode: "Straight From The Heart".
Details: Hairpiece. Dress. Gloves. Shoes.
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Notes: Designed by Regine in the cartoon. Corresponding outfits for the Holograms. These are stage fashions. This is the first fashions that Regine creates for Jem and the Holograms, and Regine gets upset when they first try them on and tell her they're not their style, but then they change their mind and wear them at a performance, and they end up creating a new trend. Actually the very last fashion designed for Jem, since the other two are repeats or originally created for earlier episodes.

Robe

Episode: "Straight From The Heart".
Details: Nightrobe.
Other versions:
Notes: A re-colored older fashion. This is what Jem wears backstage before a concert.


J-56

Episode: "Riot's Hope".
Details: Hat. Blouse. Belt. Skirt. Tights. Shoes.
Other versions:
Notes: Created for Culture Clash, but didn't appear until the second last episode. This is a hologram Synergy creates for Jem, so that she can sneak by the doctors at the hospital.


Episode: Only appeared in pre-production promo art.
Details: Dress. Tights. Necklace. Bracelets.
Other versions:
Notes: This is from early promotional art, and first I was uncertain if it was offical art since it appeared on pages along with pictures drawn for a certain folder. But this one looks like the same style as the res of the early art. Jem is wearing a dress we never see anywhere else, and you can see the kind of details they did on early art, like all the detailed jewelry. Perhaps this was an early version of Command Performance?

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