Glitter and Gold
Episode Synopsis: Jem and the Holograms' popularity is waning, so they reinvent themselves with a "Glitter 'N Gold" look. Soon they are in a competition with The Misfits to be the first to sell 500,000 records in order to win the Glitter 'N Gold Roadster."
Comments: This episode was almost a showcase for the 1987 line of dolls and fashions. Many of the most-used fashions for some characters made their debut. 
How Does it Feel Pizzazz
Makes its first and only appearance in Glitter and Gold. 
Model sheet number Unknown. Possibly a "Song" fashion without a regular model sheet number. 
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.

How Does it Feel Roxy
Makes its first and only appearance in Glitter and Gold. 
Model sheet number Unknown. Possibly a "Song" fashion without a regular model sheet number.
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
How Does it Feel Stormer
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Bands Break Up.
Model sheet number Unknown. Possibly a "Song" fashion without a regular model sheet number.
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
Glitter 'n Gold Jem
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Fan, Father's Day, The Presidential Dilemma, Beauty and the Rock Promoter, Straight From the Heart.
Model sheet number J-59. There is a special designation on the model sheet that states "Jem wears glitter and gold make-up with this outfit."
Hasbro produced this doll and fashion. She does not have a hairbow, the bodysuit design is different, the tights are darker, the bracelets are shown to be cuff-style, the collar on her bodysuit looks more like a necklace. I don't think she is ever shown with the white Jerrica skirt or sandals on the cartoon. Her hair is shown to be completely pink.
Integrity Toys produced this doll and fashion.This version does not have a hairbow (the Hasbro doll did). The bodysuit design is similar to that of Hasbro's doll, rather than the diagonal pattern shown on the model sheet. Integrity's tights are darker than those of Hasbro, about the same value as the tights on the cartoon. The bracelets are more like those shown on the cartoon. Like the Hasbro doll, Integrity's version of Glitter 'n Gold Jem has two-toned hair, though there are no shiny strands.
Glitter 'n Gold Rio
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Hollywood Jem Part 2.
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this doll & fashion. Shoes are not sneakers, otherwise looks close enough for me.
Integrity produced this fashion and doll
Glitter 'n Gold Kimber
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Fan.
Model sheet number K-62
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
Glitter 'n Gold Shana
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Fan.
Model sheet number SH-58
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
Glitter 'n Gold Aja
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Fan, Riot's Hope.
Model sheet number A-57
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
Jerrica Pink Striped Pantsuit
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Alone Again, The Presidential Dilemma.
Model sheet number JR-31
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
It Takes A Lot
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, One Jem Too Many, Danse Time, Trick or Techrat, The Stingers Hit Town Part 2, Beauty and the Rock Promoter, Homeland, Heartland, A Change of Heart
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion. looks very much like the produced fashion.
Credits
Thanks to Cosmic Falcon for donating this drawing to the wardrobe section!
Love's Not Easy
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Scandal, Father's Day, Trick or Techrat, The Presidential Dilemma, Journey Through Time, Britrock, Beauty and the Rock Promoter, The Day the Music Died, Straight From the HeartRiot's Hope.
Model sheet number SH-59
Hasbro produced this fashion. With the exception of the earrings (not included with the produced fashion) it looks very much like the toy. 
Set Your Sails

First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Aztec Enchantment, The Presidential Dilemma, Britrock, The Day the Music Died, Straight From the Heart.
Model sheet number K-63
Hasbro produced this fashion. The fashion on the cartoon looks a lot like the photograph from the box, with straight edge pumps and yellow tights. The actual fashion has green tights and sandals. The cartoon version also shows earrings and possibly a hair accessory; these were not included with the fashion. 
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
There's a Melody Playing
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Aztec Enchantment, Trick or Techrat, The Presidential Dilemma, Journey Through Time, Beauty and the Rock Promoter, The Day the Music Died, Straight From the Heart.
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion. Other than the headband, which wasn't included with the doll's fashion, the cartoon version is quite accurate. 
Rock 'n Curl Jem
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Scandal, Father's Day, Aztec Enchantment, The Presidential Dilemma, Britrock.
Model sheet number Unknown, probably J-60
Hasbro produced this doll & fashion. Differs from the produced version, in that the tights have silver dots and not the bodice of the dress. She is also not shown with any hair ribbons or bracelets. Her shoes are also purple, not hot pink. As usual, the cartoon's hair and make up is much more extreme than the produced doll. The earrings on the show are the usual Jemstar earrings, not hoops.
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24 Carat Sound
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, Scandal, One Jem Too Many, The Bands Break Up, Father's Day, Danse Time, Britrock, Out of the Past, The Day the Music Died.
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion. As far as I know, you don't see the hoodie or guitar on the cartoon. The shoes (at least in the Glitter and Gold episode, maybe not later?) are not pink as they are with the produced fashion.
Star Struck Guitar
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, Trick or TechratRiot's Hope.
Model sheet number J-61. This fashion was designed for this episode, it even has the scenes for it specifically noted. It is also labelled "Flash and Sizzle," possibly for the make up scheme.
Hasbro produced this fashion. She wears white tights and gold pumps with this fashion in the cartoon, not turquoise tights and ankle boots like the dolls' produced fashion.The headband is shown to be white, not turquoise. As far as I know, the guitar didn't appear on the cartoon. To me, the cartoon version looks more yellowy gold, the fashion is actually more of a copper shade.
Credits
This is a slightly modified version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
Splashes of Sound
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: One Jem Too Many, Danse Time, Trick or Techrat, Hollywood Jem Part 1, Beauty and the Rock Promoter.
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion. The purple parts are sometimes more "fuzzier" looking on the cartoon than shown here, like the produced fashion. The cartoon fashion shoes it with pumps, not ankle boots, and the design on the dress/gloves is rather different - the prototype for Splashes of Sound looks more like this than the one that was actually made. The collar looks much more ruffled and plunging than the actual fashion's is.
Rock 'n Roses
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: One Jem Too Many, The Bands Break Up, Jazz Player, Danse Time, Roxy Rumbles, Trick or Techrat, Mardi Gras, Britrock, Out of the Past, Beauty and the Rock Promoter, The Day the Music Died.
Model sheet number K-64
Hasbro produced this fashion. Other than the pumps being replaced by ankle boots, this fashion is pretty close to what the doll's produced fashion looked like. The fashion didn't come with earrings or hair decoration.
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
Gimme Gimme Gimme
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, Scandal, The Jazz Player, Roxy Rumbles, KJem, The Presidential Dilemma, Mardi Gras, Journey Through Time, The Stingers Hit Town Part 1, The Stingers Hit Town Part 2, The Day the Music Died, A Father Should Be....
Model sheet number P-43
Hasbro produced this fashion. This is one of the more major differences in doll fashion vs cartoon - She is shown with a pale blue sparkly bodysuit on the cartoon, as well as yellow pumps and bracelets.  The produced fashion has a black bodysuit, no jewellery and green pumps.
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
You Can't Catch Me
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Jazz Player, KJem, The Presidential Dilemma, The Stingers Hit Town Part 1, The Day the Music Died, A Father Should Be....
Model sheet number RX-42
Hasbro produced this fashion. Cartoon version looks very much like what was produced. There were no earrings with the toy fashion.
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
There Ain't Nobody Better
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, One Jem Too Many, The Bands Break Up, Father's Day, Danse Time, Roxy Rumbles, The Day the Music Died.
Model sheet number ST-40
Hasbro produced this fashion. With the exception of the extra jewellery on the cartoon version, looks pretty much like what the produced doll fashion looks like.
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
Pizzazz Tap Dancer
Makes its first and only appearance in Glitter and Gold. 
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
Pizzazz, Roxy and Stormer all wear this fashion. 
Roxy Tap Dancer
Makes its first and only appearance in Glitter and Gold. 
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 Pizzazz, Roxy and Stormer all wear this fashion.
Stormer Tap Dancer
Makes its first and only appearance in Glitter and Gold. 
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 Pizzazz, Roxy and Stormer all wear this fashion.
Designing Woman
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Scandal, One Jem Too Many, Father's Day, Aztec Enchantment, The Stingers Hit Town Part 1, The Stingers Hit Town Part 2, The Day the Music Died.
Model sheet number P-44
Hasbro produced this fashion. The pink hairbow & earrings are the biggest difference between the cartoon fashion and the marketed one. The doll's fashion also came with yellow tights, an orange boa and shoes.
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
We're Off and Running
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Scandal, The Jazz Player, KJem, The Stingers Hit Town Part 2, The Day the Music Died.
Model sheet number ST-41
Hasbro produced this fashion. The produced fashion's tights are more of a pale peach - usually. Sometimes the produced fashion did have tights of this colour, in stretch lace.
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
You Gotta Be Fast
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: One Jem Too Many, Father's Day, Aztec Enchantment, Mardi Gras, The Day the Music Died.
Model sheet number RX-43
Hasbro produced this fashion. Other than the yellow shoes (not green), the fashion pretty closely resembles the marketed fashion for the dolls.
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
Lightning Strikes (Jerrica)
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, Danse Time
Model sheet number JR-30
Hasbro produced this fashion. Other than the shoe colour (the dolls' fashion has orange shoes) and darkness of the blue, this fashion pretty closely resembles the marketed doll fashion.
Trivia
Jem half doesn't appear until Danse Time
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
We Can Change it (Jem)
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Journey To Shangri-La, The Day the Music Died.
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion.
Trivia
Oddly enough this is a Flip Side fashion, worn by Shana, not Jem. On the cartoon, Jem wears Jerrica's half of this fashion. 
She Makes an Impression (Jem)
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, One Jem Too Many, Danse Time, Trick or Techrat, The Stingers Hit Town Part 1, The Day the Music Died.
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion.
Trivia
Another Flip Side fashion not worn by Jem, but Aja in this case. As far as I know, Jerrica's side is not shown on the cartoon. 
Broadway Magic (Jem)
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, Scandal, One Jem Too Many, Father's Day, Trick or Techrat, Journey Through Time, Britrock, Hollywood Jem Part 1, The Day the Music Died (shown without the cape).
Model sheet number K-65
Hasbro produced this fashion. The shoes are pink on the cartoon, blue with the marketed doll's fashion.
Trivia Another Flip Side fashion not worn by Jem, but Kimber in this case. I don't think Jerrica's side is ever shown on the cartoon.
Credit
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
Rhythm & Flash
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, Trick or Techrat, Renaissance Woman.
Model sheet number J-62 This fashion was designed for this episode, it even has the scenes for it specifically noted. It is also labelled "Flash and Sizzle," for the make up scheme.
Hasbro produced this fashion. The cartoon version shows her with pink pumps, not ankle boots.
Credits
This is a reworked version of the original model cel, which can be viewed on Felicity-Chan's cel gallery.
Pizzazz Animal Print Dress/jacket
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Trick or Techrat, The Stingers Hit Town Part 1, The Day the Music Died.
Model sheet number P-45
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
Stormer Fuzzy Black & White Jacket
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Stingers Hit Town Part 1.
Model sheet number ST-42
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
The New Clash
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: This is a modification of the first original outfit (A) that debuted in Starbright Part 1: Falling Star. First and only appearance is in Glitter and Gold. Note that "The New Clash" (shown only in Glitter and Gold) has longer hair with only a slight suggestion of a rat-tail, also for whatever reason, her makeup is mirrored. Her belt looks more like the doll's belt and the shoes are also pink. After this point it is replaced by Clash's original outfit C), which is basically the original version, but with all purple hair instead of red & blue.
Model sheet number The New Clash
Hasbro produced this doll & fashion. Clash debuted much earlier in the series, but the New Clash seems to be a revision based on what the produced doll would look like. The make-up is mirrored in some scenes. Most notably the legs are bare on the cartoon; the doll wore pink tights. As far as I know, Clash is never shown on the cartoon with her distortion modulator and/or headphones. The bracelets on the cartoon are shown to have "jingles" in them; the doll merely got pink zig zag bracelets. The doll did not have earrings. There is no buckle shown on the cartoon version of the belt. 
Credits
Thanks to Sharon for donating the original line art to the Jem wardrobe!
Roxy Camouflage Outfit
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Roxy Rumbles, Father's Day, Journey Through Time, The Stingers Hit Town Part 1.
Model sheet number RX-44
Hasbro did not produce this fashion.
It All Depends on the Mood
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: The Talent Search Part 1, Danse Time, Trick or Techrat, Beauty and the Rock Promoter, A Father Should Be....
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion. Not sure what colour the shoes are but otherwise looks pretty much like the produced fashion.
Gold Rush
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Father's Day, The Presidential Dilemma, Hollywood Jem Part 1, Hollywood Jem Part 2.
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion. The doll's fashion came with a necklace, otherwise they look pretty similar.
Fire & Ice
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in: Father's Day, The Presidential Dilemma, Hollywood Jem Part 1, Hollywood Jem Part 2.
Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion. I don't think they included the bracelet but otherwise it's pretty faithfully represented.
Moroccan Magic
First appears in Glitter and Gold and again in:

Father's Day, The Presidential Dilemma, Hollywood Jem Part 1, Hollywood Jem Part 2

Model sheet number Unknown
Hasbro produced this fashion. design on boa and hem are not present, otherwise resembles the fashion well.

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

Kimber Casual Cowboy Jerrica Argyle Vest outfit Rio Johnny Stone Rose Scene Video Original Outfit Roxy geometric vest/dress Pizzazz "I Am A Giant"
Stormer "I am A Giant" Pizzazz Music Awards Dress Rio Original (Doll) Outfit (?) Jem Original Outfit (Revised) Jerrica Trip to the Zoo Kimber Argyle Crop Top
Aja Khakis Jerrica Pink Power Suit Shana Yellow Power Suit Kimber Yellow/Blue Blazer outfit Aja Red/Orange/White Blazer Stormer Diagonal Sweater combo
Roxy  "I am A Giant" Just Misbehavin' Sophisticated Lady (Jem) Rio Striped Beige/Blue Jem Pink/Orange Pantsuit Shana Ruffled Blouse Pantsuit
Kimber Lavender Sweater vest combo Aja Sharp, Not Flat Roxy original outfit (Revised) Stormer Original Outfit Pizzazz's Original outfit (Revised) Makin' Mischief


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