The judges deliberate. They loved the show. Isaac says that Anna had a lot of great ideas. Glenda thinks that making clothes for real women is an art, but she wonders how Anna, with all of her experience, could make a collection that wasn't cohesive. Have you ever considered that her lack of cohesion was, in fact, a form of cohesion? It'll blow your mind. Fern thinks that Anna made great pieces that don't hang together, making the argument for a cohesive collection, I guess. Glenda thought that James-Paul was clever, but didn't think about real people. Isaac really liked Reco's black suit and thinks that a lot of people would want it. Glenda thinks that he needs to learn about fabric -- she thinks he should work for another designer. They all found Daniella's collection to be fashionable, though Fern is sick of leather bustiers. Kelly and Glenda loved it, though. Fern thought the collection needed to be a little more feminine. Out of the blue, Glenda says that this is not a popularity contest. This must be in response to how people feel about Daniella now. The designers sit together waiting for the verdict, amazed that they have made it this far.
The decision has been made! With the designers in front of them, Kelly announces the three designers moving through. Daniella, James-Paul and Anna! Oh shit, Reco, we're not buying it. He, bless his heart, holds it in and thanks everyone for the opportunity. He interviews that he just wanted the money and wouldn't have changed anything. He thinks it's bullshit that Isaac and Fern expected more from him.
Now, it's up to America! Gosh, I don't know. They're all pretty great. I'm thinking... James-Paul? His stuff was pretty amazing.
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