Cory Bautista calls and Salome answers! He wants to speak to... Salome!!!! I love Salome, ya'll. I don't care if she's a two-faced Mennonite. I think she's sweet. She's totally shocked, and Laury interviews that everyone was shocked that she won. Mountaha bitches that she had to spend 30 minutes teaching Salome about the '60s (FYI -- you weren't asked to do any of that, Mountaha). Cory explains that she'll be meeting with Rory Tahari, Creative Director of Elie Tahari. Elie Tahari is RAD! This is a really big deal. Cory explains that Nicole herself has done two international campaigns for Elie Tahari. Nicole says that her face was all over the city when she was part of that campaign. She chooses Mountaha to go with her! Nicole observes that Mountaha has gone on a lot of the go-see's this year, and Salome says that she deserves it. Mountaha says she's the "go-see escort."
On the way to the go-see, Salome asks the name of the lady they're going to see, and Mountaha laughs in an interview about how Salome doesn't know the brand. She can't get the guy's name right. Pull it together, Salome. She calls her Rory Tahini at one point. They meet Rory and Salome says that her name is pronounced like "Salami." After she's gone, Rory points out that "Salami" is not a very chic word for the fashion world. Salome walks in a beautiful dress. She kind of trips at the end of her walk and Rory says to a guy near her that she'd have to work on the walk. Mountaha walks and they joke about how serious she is. Afterwards, Rory tells Salome that she is very beautiful, however it would be "premature" to book her for the campaign that is shooting next week. They tell Mountaha that she doesn't have the "Elie Tahari look," which is softer. Rory says that Mountaha is edgy and the guy beside her adds "very hard look." Ouch. Salome interviews that she's tired of not booking her go-see. In the car back to the condos, Salome says that Jordan is shooting the job that she booked that night. "Bitch."
That night, Jordan goes to her booking at People's Revolution. She tries on clothes for Masha Orlov, a stylist. Afterwards, Masha says that Jordan did a very good job. Robyn, the lady from People's Revolution, really liked her as well. Afterwards, Jordan says that it's so nice to work with "professional" people. At the condo, everyone congratulated her, except for Amanda. She interviewed that the job sounded "boring."