L. Marilyn's outfit is an indigo-ish color with lots of asymmetrical draping. She's like the opposite of Galina, who takes ugly, busy printed fabrics and does nothing interesting with them. L. Marilyn takes beautiful solid color fabrics and gives them hoods and drapes and really shows how you can do a lot with very little.
Team Dandy's model is wearing a black dress with a floral pattern on just one side. There's not a whole lot on top and a large, flowing skirt on the bottom. The floral pattern continues down the opposite side on the bottom. I like it, and they didn't even have to fight to make it!
Louanna's model is wearing a brown skirt with a white top off of one shoulder. Also, a belt and boots. Her concerns about it not being fancy enough seem unwarranted in the end, as this looks fine. Then again, I've been known to hit the town in jeans.
Oh, no, Kathy. No. That is not good. She took asymmetrical too far. The entire dress is at, like, an angle that makes me think I'm having vision problems rather than the model is wearing something edgy and cool. Also, I see no fat, naked old man in there. Kathy thinks it's amazing, though.
Lady Jumpsuit's dress is not as ugly as some of her other designs, but it's not great, either. The model shoves her hands in the stupid pockets. I don't like where the dress ends. It's either too long or not long enough. "Those pockets are insanity," Lady Jumpsuit says. She means that in a good way. No. Oh, and when the model takes her hands out of the pockets, it looks even worse.
The fashion show is over and now it's time for the judging. L. Marilyn and Team Dandy are in the safe zone and get to leave. But no immunity for them! On the way out, Roberto gives Dandy a kiss and says "Well done." I love that Roberto, like, made his own redemption arc on this show.
As for the other five, they were "interesting." DJ Eric speaks first and has to try to explain the outfit that he had no part in creating. Lisa Kline does not like the fact that they used the same fabric as before, but says she does like the "sexiness" of DJ Eric's ugly clothes from the early '90s. Stefani feels the same way, saying it's like DJ Eric played three songs from one album. And you're telling me they don't do that? Have you been to a club lately, Stefani? They play like half of Lady Gaga's shitty album. Lady Jumpsuit is up next. For the 50th time, Lady Jumpsuit talks about her nude model's big hips. Boy, I'll bet that model loved watching this episode. DSquared2 finally point out what I've been saying all along: WOMEN DON'T WANT THEIR HIPS ACCENUATED, YOU IDIOT. Women Lisa Kline and Stefani agree. Not only that, but Lady Jumpsuit also recycled a fabric she used in her first design, although DSqaured2 say it looks better here than it did as that stupid giant heart thing.