Kimber's Rebellion
Episode Synopsis
Kimber beings to feel envious of her sister's fame while they are shooting a video in Paris. When Lin-Z asks for an interview with just Jem, Kimber quits the band and vows to go solo. Eric tries to prey on this weakness. 
Cartoon wardrobe trivia:
Many more classic Jem fashions that were also produced by Hasbro debut in this episode. Kimber doesn't even get a new fashion for this episode!
Kimber's Rebellion
Twilight in Paris
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Starbright Part 1: Falling Star, Starbright Part 3: Rising Star, Glitter and Gold, The Talent Search Part 1
Model sheet number RX-3
Hasbro produced this fashion. Looks fairly close, the necklace on the cartoon is omitted in the Hasbro fashion (too bad!)
Trivia
  • This fashion is a Holograms fashion as far as Hasbro is concerned. 
  • A slightly more risqué version is shown in the opening credits
Like A Dream (Jem side)
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Frame Up, Battle of the Bands, Starbright Part 1: Falling Star, Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars, The Talent Search Part 2, KJem
Model sheet number J-4
Hasbro produced this fashion. Most notably, Jem's part on the cartoon has a white lace tunic overdress that the doll's fashion did not come with. The socks are shown to be white on the cartoon, not striped. The cartoon shows a bracelet that the produced fashion did not have.
Trivia
  • We don't see Jerrica's side until Frame Up
  • A strange version of this (I think) appears in Britrock
Credits This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.

Music is Magic
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Frame Up, Battle of the Bands, Starbright Part 1: Falling Star, Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars, Starbright Part 3: Rising Star, Adventure in China, Broadway Magic, KJem, Homeland, Heartland, Straight From the Heart
Model sheet number SH-3
Hasbro produced this fashion. Besides the jewellery and hairpiece, it's pretty close to the produced outfit. 
Only The Beginning
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Battle of the Bands, Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars, Adventure in China, Broadway Magic, The Jem Jam Part 2, The Bands Break Up, Homeland, Heartland, Straight From the Heart
Model sheet number A-2
Hasbro produced this fashion. Almost unrecognizable in these colours! The Hasbro version is in pink with gold shoes. The belt is not silver net but pearlized pebbly texture. The Hasbro fashion has no hat and only one glove. 
Credits Thanks to Sharon for donating the original line art to the Jem wardrobe!
Jem's Trench coat (Dark Blue)
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Frame Up.   
After this point it's replaced by a much lighter version.
Model sheet number Unknown.
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
Rio's Trench coat (Brown)
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Frame Up.   
After this point it's replaced 
by a blue & yellow suit version.
Model sheet number Rio overcoat #7
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
Credits Thanks to Cosmic Falcon for donating this drawing to the wardrobe section!
Gettin' Down To Business (Jerrica side)
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Starbright Part 1: Falling Star, Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars
Model sheet number JR-3
Hasbro produced this fashion. It closely resembles the produced fashion. The design on the shirt is simplified to black dots on the cartoon. As usual the sunglasses are not shown on the cartoon. The shoes on the doll's fashion are pink sandals in a much less elaborate design. 
Integrity produced this fashionLooks very much like the cartoon version. The doll has a ring that, as far as I'm aware, was not shown on the cartoon. 
Trivia
  • The Jem half of this outfit was already shown in Disaster
Credits Thanks to Sharon for donating the original line art to the Jem wardrobe!
Just Misbehavin'
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Frame Up (shown sometimes with black diamond shaped earrings), The Music Awards Part 1, In Search of the Stolen Album, (both shown with non-dangling diamond shaped yellow earrings) Island of Deception; The Jem Jam Part 1 & The Jem Jam Part 2 (both shown with pink circular earrings), Glitter and Gold, (shown with pure white shoes) The Talent Search Part 2, Aztec Enchantment, Jazz Player, Rock 'N Roll Express, The Day the Music Died
Model sheet number P-3
Hasbro produced this fashion. The Hasbro fashion doesn't have jewellery or a design on the bandeau. Hasbro's shoes are plain yellow pumps, and yellow tights are also included. 
Credits Thanks to Walter for donating the original line art to the Jem wardrobe
Outta My Way (pink)
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Frame Up and Video Wars. The Music Awards Part 1, Broadway Magic, Island of Deception, The Bands Break Up, Beauty and the Rock Promoter, The Day the Music Died all show a green version of this fashion. 
Model sheet number ST-2
Hasbro produced this fashion. Going against the usual trend of the revision looking more like the produced fashion, in this case this original version is more like what Hasbro marketed, being that the dress is magenta and not green. As usual no jewellery with the Hasbro version. Since Stormer wears a flower with nearly all her fashions on the cartoon, the Outta My Way flower is not shown here. The produced fashion's socks don't have polka dots and are sandals, not pumps. The belt is also a bit different on the produced fashion. 
Pizzazz Orange Roller Skating Outfit
Makes its first and only appearance  in Kimber's Rebellion
Model sheet number This is a song-only fashion and does not likely have a regular model sheet number. 
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
Trivia
City Lights (Jem half)
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Frame Up, Battle of the Bands, Starbright Part 1: Falling Star, Last Resorts, Scandal, Britrock
Model sheet number J-5
Hasbro produced this fashion. Looks a bit different from the produced fashion; most obvious I think is the hairbow that Jem wore on the cartoon is not included with the produced fashion. The tights and belt are a lot lighter, the shoes are red (not purple) and the necklace is a choker, not... whatever the heck the one that was made is supposed to be. At least once Jem is shown with a red anklet, I'm not sure if it was always drawn with this fashion or not.
City Lights (Jerrica half)
First appears in Kimber's Rebellion and again in: Starbright Part 1: Falling Star, Broadway Magic, Jazz Player.
Model sheet number JR-5
Hasbro produced this fashion. The tights and belt are a lot lighter, the shoes are red (not purple) I'll forgive the lack of glasses because we can't really expect Jerrica to be wearing sunglasses all the time :)

Also featured in this episode (debuted earlier in the series) are the following fashions, not including recaps:

Truly Outrageous Command Performance Dancin' the Night Away Permanent Wave Encore Makin' Mischief
Winning Is Everything Jem Original Outfit Shana Original Outfit Kimber Original Outfit Aja Original Outfit Rio Original Outfit
Stormer Original Outfit Pizzazz Original Outfit Roxy Original Outfit Gettin' Down to Business (Jem) Aja Casual Kimber Casual





Shana Casual Up & Rockin' (Jem) Let's Rock This Town (Jem, blue)

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