Chelsey is next as Carolina Herrera. She's got a big poufy skirt and starched blouse and society lady countenance. Jay asks for her to be a bit more pleasant, and Francesco tells her that she should be regal but softer. Softness is not Chelsey's forte. However, she does have some fashion knowledge. She tells us that Carolina Herrera is wealthy, elegant, feminine and strong. She's not gap-toothed, and so Chelsey keeps her mouth closed. Francesco commends her on her good work. Chris is next and is totally a black Betsey Johnson. She tells us that Miss Betsey is just like her -- crazy, cool and spunky. Chris gets to jump around like a nut, which is really her forte. I don't know how she does it in those heels and manages not to break a knee. Francesco tells us that Chris was unbelievably energetic, and people want to be around good energy. He likes her.
Kendal is next and tells Jay that all she knows about Vera Wang is that she does bridal collections. Jay says that Vera Wang is humble, but at the same time isn't afraid to smile and be confident because she knows what she's contributed. This is admittedly kind of a difficult one, because Vera Wang is comparatively nondescript when you put her up against the likes of John Galliano and Betsey Johnson. Kendal doesn't have a whole lot to go on. But the one thing she does have to go on -- the fact that Vera Wang smiles -- is largely ignored. Francesco isn't happy with what she's doing on set, which is basically just standing there and looking mean. Kendal says that she's trying to be simple, and Jay says that it's registering as blank. Francesco implores her to add a little light to her expression. Jay says that Kendal was flat and boring, and it doesn't seem like she's passionate about being there.