Ann's photo is very simple. It's not in heat, Nigel says, but Ann has the magical ability to look almost lifeless in a shot, but at the same time full of life. Yes, Ann is a paradox. Keep doing what you're doing, honey, which is absolutely nothing. ALT says that Ann conveys "incandescent aristocrat." Margherita loves Ann, and says that there's a decadence to her look which is very appropriate. Tyra thinks that Ann is displaying a confidence that she used to have Casanova, but she lost him and wants him back. However, she notes that Ann was very stiff in her film, and kept getting lost in her shoulders. Tyra asks Ann what was going on in her head, and Ann replies that she was very uncomfortable in this shoot at first, but got used to it after a while. At this point, totally unrelated to Ann, Chelsey says, "I'm gonna pass out." Somebody crank up the heat a few degrees!
Next we look at Jane's close-up. Nigel says that she's overdoing it a bit, and pushing the shot too far. Margherita agrees and says that her piece of it doesn't really go with the rest of the shot. ALT, however, thinks that Jane looks wonderful. She's very glamorous, very romantic, and very Venetian. Tyra agrees with ALT, and says that Jane is blowing the other two away. It's the type of high fashion sexuality that Tyra extols, and she doesn't feel that it's too much. Suddenly there is some hubbub among the girls as Liz plays with the scarf around her neck and a few of the other girls move closer to Chelsey to catch her if she faints. Tyra tells the girls that they're allowed to sit down. But only if they sit fiercely! I don't know how she manages not to give a lecture about how being a model means living in discomfort. I'd like to think that she's finally realized what a dick move it is to have these girls wear giant sweaters in oppressive heat, but that seems unlikely.
Liz, Kayla and Chris get their evaluation. Nigel thinks that Chris looks amazing, and not at all like she's in Teen Vogue. She doesn't work in the picture, but he loves her as a solo. In the group generally, Nigel thinks that there needs to be more angst, passion, or love. ALT, however, thinks that Chris looks like she's afraid that a huge crow is coming into the gondola. Huge crows were the scourge of 18th century Venice, you know. Margherita agrees that Chris looks a little scared, but she likes it. Tyra likes Chris's picture in the wide. It has a sexuality that looks slightly hoochie, but Chris didn't get off on the hoochie stop. Probably because the giant crow was there waiting. She stayed on the train. Up close, however, she doesn't think that Chris's face has any interesting angles.