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30 Years of JEM! 1985-2015
JEM's 30th Anniversary
of the Glitter'n Gold line unveiling
at Toy Fair 1987
February 09, 1987 - February 09, 2017
JEM's 30th Anniversary
of the "Glitter and Gold"
Jem episode.
March 15, 1987 - March 15, 2017
JEM's 30th Anniversary
of the "Talent Search"
Jem episodes. (Raya/Jetta)
Sept. 21, 1987 - Sept. 21, 2017
 

 

JEMstars
JEM Character Bios

1985 Jem/Jerrica Benton™ | Kimber Benton™ | Aja Leith™ | Shana Elmsford™ | Rio Pacheco™ | Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini™ | Mary "Stormer" Phillips™ | Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™ | Eric Raymond™ | Mrs. Bailey™ | Synergy™ | Howard Sands™ | Zipper™ | Countess Danielle Du Voisin™ | Lindsey "Lin-Z" Pierce™ | Anthony Julian™ | The Starlight Girls™

1986 Vivien "Video" Montgomery™ | Constance "Clash" Montgomery™ | Jeff Wright™ | Harvey Gabor™ | Shawn Harrison™ | Giselle "Danse" Dvorak™ | Techrat™

1987 Carmen "Raya" Alonso™ | Craig Phillips™ | Sheila "Jetta" Burns™ | Harriet Horn™ | Emmett Benton™ | Jacqui Benton™ |

1988 Rory "Riot" Llewelyn™ | Ingrid "Minx" Kruger™ | Phoebe "Rapture" Ashe™ | Maeve "Astral" Eldrich™ | Regine Césaire™ Gwendolyn "Graphix" Snyd™ | Rama Llama

2015 Blaze™

 

 
JEM
Jem and the Holograms Ornament!
(Oct 1, 2016)
JEM the Comic Book!(April 2015)
hallmark.com
 

 
JEM's 35th Anniversary
of the first airing on Super Sunday
October 6, 1985 -- October 6, 2020

Count Down Clock:
JEM's 35th Anniversary
of the Jem dolls line's unveiling
at Toy Fair 1986
February 02, 1986 - February 02, 2021
JEM's 35th Anniversary
of "the Beginning"
extended Jem episode.
April 04, 1986 - April 04, 2021
JEM's 35th Anniversary
of the first "New" Jem episode
"Starbright Part 1- Falling Star."
July 7, 1986 - July 7, 2021
 

2017 UPDATE
on Ruby Red™ Jem®
Welcome to the Official home of Ruby Red Jem!
 

 

Integrity Toyswww.integritytoys.com/ jemandtheholograms

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JEM is Here!

Integrity Toys Licensing Deal ...
 
2012
San Diego Comic ConHollywood Jem™
Hollywood Jem™
SDCC 2012
Jem and the Holograms™ - Classic Jem™, Jerrica Benton™, Rio Pacheco™ & Synergy™
Classic Jem™, Jerrica Benton™, Synergy™ & Rio Pacheco™
November 2012
 
2013
The Holograms - Kimber Benton™, Aja Leith™ & Shana Elmsford™
The Holograms™: Kimber Benton™, Aja Leith™ & Shana Elmsford™
March 2013
The Misfits - Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™, Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini™ & Mary "Stormer" Phillips™
The Misfits™: Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™, Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini™ & Mary "Stormer" Phillips™
May 2013
The Stingers - Rory "Riot" Llewelyn™, Ingrid "Minx" Kruger™ & Phoebe "Rapture" Ashe™
The Stingers™: Rory "Riot" Llewelyn™, Ingrid "Minx" Kruger™ & Phoebe "Rapture" Ashe™
September 2013

Continuing after
the original Licensing Deal ...
Broadway Magic JemGlitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton™ / Glitter'n Gold Rio Pacheco™
Broadway Magic Jem™ W Club 2013, Glitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton™ SDCC 2013 & Glitter'n Gold Rio Pacheco™ IT Direct 2013
Who Is He Kissing? Flipside Giftset / the Holograms Stage Essentials & the Misfits Stage Essentials
Who Is He Kissing? Jem™ & Jerrica Benton™ December 2013 & Stage Essentials March 2014
 
2014
Carmen "Raya" Alonso™, Sheila "Jetta" Burns™ & Maeve "Astral" Eldrich™
Carmen "Raya" Alonso™, Sheila "Jetta" Burns™ & Maeve "Astral" Eldrich™
March 2014
Constance "Clash" Montgomery™, Vivien "Video" Montgomery™, Giselle "Danse" Dvorak™ & Regine Césaire™
Constance "Clash" Montgomery™, Vivien "Video" Montgomery™, Giselle "Danse" Dvorak™ & Regine Césaire™
June 2014
In Stitches Jem™ & Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™ Duet Giftset (2013 IT Direct Exclusive) Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
In Stitches Jem™ & Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™
IT Direct 2015 - March 2014
Techrat™
W Club 2014 - August 2015
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Rockin' Romance Jem™
Countess Danielle Du Voisin™
W Club 2014 Upgrade
Rockin' Romance Jem™
SDCC 2014
   
2015
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
Lindsey Pierce™
IT Direct 2015
Eric Raymond™
IT Direct 2015
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Starstruck Jem™
IT Direct 2015 - Winter 2015
Craig Phillips™
IT Direct 2015 - Winter 2015
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Award Night Jem™
W Club 2015 - Early 2016
Twilight In Paris Jericca Benton/Jem™
SDCC 2015
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Anthony Julian™
IT Direct 2015 - Fall 2015
Showtime Jem™ SHOPBOP 2015 - October 2015
   
2016
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Sean Harrison™
IT Direct 2016 - Winter 2016
Rock 'N Roll Royalty
RIOT LLEWELYN™
IT Direct 2016
May 2016
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The Bands Breakup
KIMBER BENTON™
IT Direct 2016
June/July 2016
The Bands Breakup
Mary "STORMER" Phillips™
IT Direct 2016
Late Summer 2016
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
Designing Woman
Phyllis "PIZZAZZ" Gabor™
IT Direct 2016
June/July 2016
Gwendolyn "Graphix" Snyd™
W Club 2016 -
Feb 2017
   
Dolly-Days - New Editions with bonus fashions

Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™
Bonus "At The Awards" Dress
Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini™
Bonus "I'm With Her" Dress
Mary "Stormer" Phillips™
Bonus "I'm Okay" Outfit
Ingrid "Minx" Kruger™
Bonus "Are You Feeling Alright?" Outfit
Phoebe "Rapture" Ashe™
Bonus "Destiny" Outfit
IT Direct 2016
Nov 2016

   
2017
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Zipper™
IT Direct 2017
March 2017

Tomorrow Is My Wedding Day
KIMBER BENTON™
IT Direct 2017
April 2017

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Studio Playset
W Club 2017
Fall 2017
Sophisticated Lady JEM®/Jerrica Benton™
IT Direct 2017
June 2017
and another???
Property of Integrity Toys,
no copyright infringement intended

Updated: June 2017

 

 

Shout! Factory

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JEM is now on DVD!

The Truly Outrageous Complete Series Season One
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October 11, 2011 October 11, 2011
   
Season Two Season Three
Shout! Factory DVD - Jem The Truly Outrageous Complete Series! - Season Two Shout! Factory DVD - Jem The Truly Outrageous Complete Series! - Season Three
February 14, 2012 July 10,
2012

Hasbro has reacquired the worldwide distribution rights to the Sunbow Library of Hasbro Classics on May 14, 2008.

Updated: Nov 3, 2011

 

 
MORE COMING SOON...
JEM the Comic Book!
(April 2015)
JEM the Comic Book!(April 2015)
IDWPublishing.com
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Everything you need to dress-up like Jem, Pizzazz or Synergy -- officially licensed by Hasbro. spirithalloween.com

Get your officially licensed Jem t-shirts at welovefine.com
Get your officially (USA) licensed Jem t-shirts at welovefine.com
thanks to the first welovefine/Jem contest, many Jem fan made designs are available for purchase.
Jem Tee Design Contest
Congratulations to the Winners! You are Superstars!

Get your officially licensed Jem t-shirts at truffleshuffle.co.uk
Nov 2011 - Get your officially (UK) licensed Jem t-shirts at truffleshuffle.co.uk
 

 
Jem The Movie
(October 23, 2015)
JEM the Movie!(2016?)
jemthemovie.com
 

 
Jem and the Holograms is coming to Nextflix in 2012
All 65 episodes of Jem and the Holograms
are available on Nextflix Instant Que ($7.99 per month)
 

 
JEM @ 2012 San Diego Comic Con
HollywoodJem Integrity Toys - licensed by Hasbro -  ©2012 Hasbro
 
JEM @ 2011 New York Comic Con
& UNIT•E
with JEM at the 2011 New York Comic Con
 

 
JEM's Beatin' Beetle - My Dream Car!
Just for fun
 

Fun Facts:

  • "Saturday's Hub premiere of "Jem and the Holograms" (2-5 p.m.) earned significant double-digit growth versus the prior week"
    thefutoncritic.com
  • Jem was the #1 rated cartoon show Nov. 1986 (Nielsen).
    2.) G.I. Joe, 3.) Smurfs, 4.) Transformers, 5.)Thundercats
    Playthings - June 1987
  • Jem made over $50 Million her first year. (Not Correct? - unless it's net vs gross) source
  • 1987 - "Hasbro said it had projected sales of $30 million this year, but had only sold $21 million worth of Jem dolls"
    LA Times - Aug 22, 1987
  • The Jem theme went Triple Platunum by Aug. 1987 - over 3,000,000 dolls sold which included the theme song.
    LA Times - Nov 9, 1987 - thanks CTD
  • By Sept. 1988 over 5,000,000 dolls were sold.
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Carleigh M. Hoff
August 5, 1950 to November 5, 2005

Carleigh's Obit

Interview with Carleigh

Carleigh's Portfolio


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design from Carleigh's letterhead

 

 

Here are Polaroid photos, color Xerox illustrations, and sketches from Carleigh's Portfolio. I was in contact with Carleigh in 2003-2005. She sent me the photos, illustrations and sketches, marketing material, along with the Splashes of Sound fabric and many boxed dolls and fashions. She was going to send unfinished samples, patterns, etc., but those were already packed for her move. She did not send the black and white Xerox of illustrations because the fashions were in color in the photos. I returned the Polaroids and Xerox copies, so she could keep them in her portfolio. I still have the sketches from her sketchbook, along with the large trace of the Matching Medley fashion.

Carleigh was a free spirit at Hasbro; she didn't necessarily follow the corporate norms. She started working on her masks and because they were so positively receive; Hasbro wanted to create fashions to go with. So the Mardi Gras assortment was born, along with a Halloween costume assortment. The concept was the fashions would be associated with the Starlight Girls and the costumes would be sold for real girls to wear.

So Sunbow produced episode 5205-50 - "Mardi Gras" and may have inspired episode 5205-33 - "Trick or Techrat"

Carleigh was one of two designers let go because Jem was canceled.

Carleigh had only taken credit for two produced fashions Moroccan Magic and Midnight Magic. She also took (and given credit) for the Mardi Gras fashions. Carleigh also took credit for coordinating the colors of the Matching Medley fashions, but did not take credit for any of the actual designed pieces in the collection. I verified the another designer designed teh actual peices. And I would have to assume she deserves credit for the International fashions and 2 Flipside Fashions, 2 unknown fashions below. At this date I have not verified those fashions. She is credited with 609038-01R.

She may have designed similar fashions or variations on known fashions, but she did not take credit for any other fashion, because other designers did the majority of the work and/or the original fashion. I do have verification by her fellow designers from her department. Actual design and prototyping credit can be seen on JEM’s Fashion Connection.

Update: Carleigh was hired as an In-house Designer. It seems Hasbro may have had her design some fashions on a freelance (trial) basis, before they moved her from California to Rhode Island to work at Hasbro Corporate. Hasbro paid for her family to move, she did work within the walls of Hasbro, and she was let got (terminated) when Jem was finally canceled. She told me that she worked in Hasbro, and it was verified by her co-workers.

"I was hired at Hasbro Toys in R.I. to design extensively for a new rock-singer doll named Jem. (Yes, truly outrageous!) Two of my designs (the "magic" ones) were whisked into production and the ensuing cartoon series but most of a year's work was unseen as they cancelled the whole line at the last minute."

 

Jan 2013 updated: The Carleigh Hoff saga continues …

After the items in her New Mexico home were abandoned and put up at auction, and then sold on ebay a few years ago -- the items that still remained ended up in a storage unit, which was later auctioned too. First to hit the ebay by the new seller was the 7 dolls, her Hasbro Employee Benefits Package and the Hasbro Bradley Herald - Volume 2 No. 4 1986. One item with the dolls was this known purple prototype dress – I’ll have do some digging to find out more info about it. It is over top a purple jumpsuit which is a little iffy. I’m not sure if that jumpsuit is a Jem prototype, but it is the similar style of jumpsuit Carleigh designed for the quad fashion that was turned into Splashes of Sound by another designer. It is still unknown if Carleigh’s fashion was altered to create "Splashes of Sound" or if Carleigh tried to improve upon and change the design of that fashion submited by a felance artist, which Carleigh may had to have prototyped. The fabric and pattern of the jumpsuit is also similar to the Match Medley fashions that Carleigh help coordinate.

Below is the type of dress that Carleigh was going to send me almost 10 years ago; she thought it was funny that I would be interested in it because it was not complete. There are no closures on the dress. All these years later at least apiece ended up where she wanted it to go.

The Hasbro Bradley Herald includes 3 articles related to Jem, including one about an internal Hasbro award that was given to an employee who worked on development of Jem, because Hasbro was so confident that Jem was going to be a huge success in 1986. (notice the picture from the 1986 Toy Fair pictured below)

The Employee Benefits Profile shows Carleigh was an employee at Hasbro moved to Rhode Island.

Carleigh Hoff Jem Prototype

Unknown Jem dress, and jumpsuit. Seems like the dress could be for the On Stage Fashion collection.

Picture does not do this dress justice … looks bad because there are no closures and it’s over the jumpsuit.

The Design Director of Girls' Soft did not recognize the purple dress as a Jem prototype. She thought Carleigh may have designed it after leaving Hasbro. So the jury is still out on if it is a Jem prototype or not, but the fact that this Rio fashion is so similar to a produced Rio Fashion and they were together makes me have believe that this is still some type of Jem prototype.

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Carleigh Hoff Jem Prototype Carleigh Hoff Jem Prototype Unknown Rio fashion, but seems very similar to, if not, Rio’s Fashion “Time Is Running Out™” Similar style and pattern for the shorts, and the top is a similar color to the net top of the produced fashion. Missing the tank top, but the color of this top and the produced top makes me wonder if that white top in the prototype fashion picture from the card and doll posters is an error. Similar to the veclro closer issue on the pictured prototype of “Midnight Magic™ which Carleigh point out.
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Carleigh Hoff Benefits Profile

better pictures and scans of everything will be coming soon ...

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2016 Update ... Sneak Peek!

Over the summer of 2015 there were three auctions with Carleigh Hoff Polaroids that had not surfaced on eBay previously. The seller said they got them from a yard sale, after a previous eBay seller got Carleigh’s stuff above from a storage unit … after the original eBay seller got them in Carleigh’s estate/foreclosure sale. This new seller finally auction the last of her stuff the Monday before Christmas – included was a punch of prototype fashions pieces (produced and unproduced), 1 last Polaroid, a bunch of correspondence between Carleigh and Hasbro, another Hasbro Bradley Herald and around ten sketchbooks of Carleigh’s drawings and notes.

Carleigh Hoff Collection
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More sketches have surfaces:

  • Artist Judith Nelson, has a few sketches in her web portfolio.
  • Along with the Unproduced Fashions page on pranceatron.

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Moroccan Magic 4285
Glitter 'N Gold Assortment 4055

Episode 5205-26
Glitter and Gold

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Carleigh also designed "Midnight Magic" 4283,

and may have started "Golden Days, Diamond Nights" 4286 but the fashion was complete by another designer, (pjkho)

  seen on Aja
  Photo of Carleigh's Prototype

Drawing Design 11
Pattern 1

11-1 3-6

art09 art10 Rose-Petal Place "Painting Posies"  and Jem "Splashes of Sound"
  (click image) (click image)   designer credit
simlar to
Splashes of Sound 4297
Music Is Magic Assortment 4060

Episode 5205-26
Glitter and Gold

From Carleigh's Sketch Book

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From Carleigh's Sketch Book

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Looks like Carleigh had some alternate ideas for Splashes of Sound -- but she did not take credit for this fashion.
 

Carleigh designed this dress/tunic, pants/suit and sleeves were designed to be worn in four different ways.
1.) dress (belt) with sleeves,
2.) pants (jumpsuit) with sleeves,
3.) tunic (dress no belt), pants, and sleeves, and dress (belt)
4.) dress (belt) with pants

The dress was originally designed to open to show purple underneath as the tunic version. No tube top was part of this design. The elastic on the top of the jumpsuit worn with belt and sash could give the appearance of a tube top.


 

Carleigh also seemed to have designed on variations of There’s A Medley Playing at part of the hiring process -- extended the dress and veering the length. But Carleigh did not design the finished version or prototype the fashion. designer credit

Carleigh's employment submission version allowed the skirt to be raised and lowered all they way down to the ankles.

        designer credit

Ashley 4211, Krissie 4212, & Banee 4213
Starlight Girls Assortment 4025

Episode 5205-26
Glitter and Gold

Carleigh was in charge of the fashions for the new Starlight Girl dolls, based on Christy Marx original characters.

Carleigh also designed a set of Misfits girls because she thought it was not fair for the Holograms to have teen girls, but the Misfits did not. She designed them based on Jetta, because Jetta was the last Misfits to be prototyped by her department.


September 1986

Mardi Gras
Video Costumes Assortment

Episode 5205-50
Mardi Gras

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  fish/koi - seen on Jem butterfly - seen on Kimber
  Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype

(The dress Stormer wore was not a Hasbro prototype.)

More prototype pictures can be seen here.

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  peacock -
seen on Aja
dragon fly -
seen on Shana
flower/gladiola - seen on Raya cat -
seen on Pizzazz
  Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype
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flower/iris - seen on Roxy moth - seen on Jetta
Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype
  Carleigh created the masks, and Hasbro loved them so much, she had to create the fashions to sell them.

Halloween Costumes Hasbro liked Carleigh's masks so well, they were coming up with real Halloween costumes for girls to show case them. They may have been promoted on the Straight Girls in the series -- they were not going to be promoted with the main charaters and not avaliable in doll scale.

December 1986

The Stingers Assortment 4012

Episode 5205-58
The Stinger's Hit Town

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Prototype dolls can be seen here. Carleigh's department prototyped these fashions, but she was not the designer.

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  Rapture & Minx      
  Photo of Carleigh's Prototype      

Matching Medley Assortments
4065, 4066, 4067
& 4068

not seen in any episode

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  Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype
  photo23

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Carleigh seemed to be in charge of color coordinating the new Matching Medley fashions to swap pieces with other MM fashion along with other new and preexisting fashions.

But most of the fashions were designed by another inhouse designer.

Catalog Images can be seen here.

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  Photo of Carleigh's Prototype From Carleigh's Sketch Book
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International Fashions also known as "World Tour Fashions"

not seen in any episode

(Elements for this fashion were taken from theGirls' Hard (doll designer) Rama Llama design.)

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Carleigh's Design
Artist: Judith Nelson
Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Rama Llama had a similar blanket.
prototype can be seen in the background of these pictures. art02 photo04 photo05  
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  Carleigh's Design
Artist: Judith Nelson
Photo of Carleigh's Prototype Photo of Carleigh's Prototype  
  The World Tour fashions wore dropped right away. Marketing thought the International them made it look like Hasbro was running out of ideas -- similar to a TV show going to Europe or vacation to Hawaii to boost ratings.

Flip Side Fashions Assortment

not seen in any episode

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  From Carleigh's Sketch Book
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Carleigh's Design
Artist: Judith Nelson
Carleigh's Design
Artist: Judith Nelson
 

Leather and Lace JEM concept

not seen in any episode

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There are no indications that the "Leather and Lace Fashions" were intended for either Jem or Jerrica, nor part of the Flip Side Fashions.

All Flip Side Fashion illustrations included both Jem and Jerrica fashion in the same illustration. (see above)

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  From Carleigh's Sketch Book
color enhanced
Carleigh's Design
Artist: Judith Nelson
   

September 1986

unknown - maybe Music is Magic Assortment or Mardi Gras Fashion

not seen in any episode

art08 art06 unknown - maybe Music is Magic Assortment or Mardi Gras Fashion

not seen in any episode

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  From Carleigh's Sketch Book
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Carleigh's Design
609038-01R
  Photo of Carleigh's Prototype

Wedding Gift

Not Officially Jem related

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The wedding "Jem" doll was created to look one of the designers, on her wedding day.

This is not related to the Jem wedding dress seen on Kimber in Hollywood Jem 5205-56 & 5205-57, which is a Hasbro prototype.

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  Photo of Carleigh's Prototype      

Carleigh's Obit

Interview with Carleigh

Carleigh's Portfolio

You can also check out JEM Trade Posters & Ads to see some items that Carleigh gave me.
Also check out Carleigh's later work at her web site greenspiritstudio.com, Carleigh's daughter helped her with the website, and is continuing to keep it up in memory of her mother. Carleigh was a true artistic genius.

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