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This is the official costume listing for the Project-iM@S wiki. It contains all of the costumes that we have worked on, and the ones that we are working on completing.

Official Costume Listing

The tables below contain all of the costumes currently found in THE iDOLM@STER series of video games.

  • Std = The costume is available in the base game. (That is, it comes standard.)
  • DLC = The costume is available as downloadable content.
  • np = The costume exists as a non-playable costume in the game—it is unusable on stage.
  • HS, FN, or GT = The costume is available in "Honey Sound", "Funky Note", or "Groovy Tune" respectively. It also appears in Shiny TV as DLC.
  • STV = The costume is available only in Shiny TV as DLC. It does not appear in SHINY FESTA.

First appearing in 1st Vision

The following costumes were first featured in the 1st Vision series of THE iDOLM@STER video games. In addition to appearing in every 1st Vision game, they have also appeared in THE iDOLM@STER Dearly Stars—the first 2nd Vision game.

CUTE & GIRLY

The CUTE & GIRLY category is one of the four costume categories first appearing in the 1st Vision games.

The CUTE & GIRLY category was introduced in the original arcade release of THE iDOLM@STER, alongside COOL & SEXY and COSMIC & FUNNY. The costumes of this category have since appeared in every First Vision game, as well as the first Second Vision game: Dearly Stars. These costumes typically boost an idols' vocal stat. The default costume for this category is normally the Snow Strawberry costume. There are currently 25 total versions of the CUTE & GIRLY costume.

COOL & SEXY

The COOL & SEXY category is one of the four costume categories first appearing in the 1st Vision series of games.

Costumes in this category debuted in the original release of THE iDOLM@STER, alongside those of the CUTE & GIRLY and COSMIC & FUNNY categories. They have since appeared in every First Vision game, as well as the first Second Vision game: Dearly Stars. These costumes typically boost an idols' dance stat. The default costume for this category is normally the Green Forest costume. There are currently 25 total versions of the COOL & SEXY costume.

COSMIC & FUNNY

The COSMIC & FUNNY category is one of the four costume categories first appearing in the 1st Vision series of games.

First featured in the original release of THE iDOLM@STER, these costumes have since appeared in every First Vision game, as well as the first Second Vision game: Dearly Stars. These costumes typically boost an idols' visual stat. The default costume for this category is normally the Pink Apollo costume. There are currently 23 total versions of the COSMIC & FUNNY costume.

EXTEND

The EXTEND category is one of the four costume categories first appearing in the 1st Vision games, and reappearing in the 2nd Vision games, starting with THE iDOLM@STER 2 until ONE FOR ALL.

While its costumes appeared as early as the THE iDOLM@STER arcade game, they were completely unusable onstage. It made its first playable appearance in the Xbox 360 port of the game for costumes that were not "re-skins" like the other categories. They have since appeared in every THE iDOLM@STER game and do not consistently boost an idols' stats. The default costume for this category is technically the Training Wear costume. There are currently 128 total costumes within the EXTEND category.

It should be noted that this category shares costumes with the "SPECIAL" category from THE iDOLM@STER: LIVE in SLOT!, and that while they appear in Dearly Stars they are not usable onstage as in the original release of THE iDOLM@STER.

Appearing only in Dearly Stars

There is one category of costumes that only appears in THE iDOLM@STER Dearly Stars, and has not appeared in any subsequent games.

T-SHIRT

The T-SHIRT category was a category that appeared only in THE iDOLM@STER Dearly Stars.

It replaced the EXTEND category of costumes and can be customizable by players. Ai Hidaka, Eri Mizutani and Ryo Akizuki can wear several different T-Shirt styles with 32 x 32 boxes on the front. Up to 14 colors can be used to draw anything in the boxes. If no picture is displayed, the box will be replaced with the Nintendo DS Wi-Fi symbol. The created designs will not be displayed in Wi-Fi play, however. There are currently 12 total versions of the T-SHIRT costume.

First appearing in 2nd Vision (starting with THE iDOLM@STER 2)

Three new categories and their costumes debuted with the release of THE iDOLM@STER 2. Most of these costumes have since appeared in every Second Vision game, barring Dearly Stars and spin off titles—with their latest appearance being ONE FOR ALL.

FLORAL

The FLORAL category is one of the three 2nd Vision costume categories.

It replaces the previously used CUTE & GIRLY category. These costumes typically boost an idols' vocal stat. The default costume for this category was normally the Vital Sunflower costume. There are currently 33 total versions of the FLORAL costume.

LUXURY

The LUXURY category is one of the three 2nd Vision costume categories.

This category replaced the COOL & SEXY category that was used in 1st Vision and Dearly Stars. These costumes typically boost an idols' dance stat. The default costume for this category was normally the Pink Diamond 765 costume. There are currently 33 total versions of the LUXURY costume.

STARRY

The STARRY category is one of the three 2nd Vision costume categories.

It serves as the replacement of the previously used COSMIC & FUNNY category, and these costumes typically boost an idols' visual stat. The default costume for this category was normally the Charming Venus costume. There are currently 32 total versions of the STARRY costume.

Currently Uncategorized Costumes

Costumes in this list are currently missing an official category. Jupiter's costumes from THE iDOLM@STER 2 do not officially fall into any of the above categories. Some costumes appeared in Gravure For You!, SHINY FESTA, and/or SHINY TV, and have not been officially categorized or appeared outside of their debut media.