They return with 5 hours to go until launch. Louanna got some sleep and decided that there was no need to change her original design just because DSquared2 think everyone goes out for the night in an evening gown. Merle has suddenly come up with a new way to make both of her designs work, but they don't have much time to do it. Thai says he's a very fast sewer and isn't worried.
With two hours to go, the models enter. Of course, Merle's model is slightly larger than her measurements, so she'll be punished by not being able to wear her thick granny panties on the runway. Lady Jumpsuit's model, meanwhile, doesn't see how "a few inches" could make a difference in an outfit that has been CUSTOM MADE for her (false) measurements. Stupid model! Also, is Lady Jumpsuit's fly down? DJ Eric thinks the dress looks "dope" on his model, but also worries that it looks too much like his first design. You know, since he (well, Galina) used the same exact fabric. So of course it would. Roberto laughs at her.
The models go to the Product Placement salon, now with more product placement! Then they go back to the stations. Louanna wishes she'd chosen a fancier fabric for her top, but it's too late now! Only 10 minutes left. Then 5. Galina says her and DJ Eric's model is on her way to a Justin Timberlake concert. Um, who wears a gown to that? It's not the fucking opera. Time's up!
Fashion show! DJ Eric's design is up first. It looks like everything else Galina has done for him so far, but even uglier. The bottom is just a little bit too short with the long sleeve, making it appear as though the model forgot to put pants on. Merle's dress is, as usual, beautiful. I would wear that. The model then removes the ruffled bottom section just above the knees to reveal the cocktail dress, which also looks great. Except then the model just drags it behind her on the way out, which upsets me. It's going to get dirty!
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!