Jeffrey says that he can't shoot Cesar for dyeing his clothes. It's good that he knows that. Eduardo is making pants and it's bad. He doesn't know crotches. Neither does Jeffrey!
It's time for the fitting. Calvin thinks that Jeffrey's cape look is a chicken outfit and not eccentric. I'd argue that a chicken costume is, at the very least, eccentric. Emerald decides to keep everything ivory. Cesar agrees that if something is beautiful, why eff it up with hippie shit? That took long enough. Eduardo's hat look is looking good and Calvin likes it too. He doesn't know what to do with his neck ruffle look. He's open about not liking it which is interesting for him.
Eduardo wonders if Jeffrey is becoming his biggest competition. Dominique asks Calvin how he's doing and he doesn't answer. She thinks he's lost. He doesn't think his neck ruffle inspiration is eccentric enough. He is trying to match the theatricality of Dominique and Eduardo's work. Eduardo says that Dominique gets better with every challenge. He's glad that she's feeling confident, but hopes that she's right about her choices. Calvin says she could still go home, even though she won back to back challenges.
Calvin remembers a fabric that he bought and starts a new dress moments before the day is over. Dominique thinks he's crazy.
The next day, Jeffrey says everyone is nervous as they wheel their stuff down the street to the fashion show. Eduardo is not finished with his blouse. Stefan's there! Simon and Laura are in the audience, along with Iman and Isaac. Dominique's pig coat is first and she's thrilled. Calvin's is next and he has shoes on the model's head. He loves it. Iman's whispering to someone, possibly orders to have Calvin killed. His second look works better with a collar than his previous attempt, but it's still not his favorite. Isaac gasps, which has to be a good thing.