The children have been randomly paired with the designers. They go down the line and say which designer they are working with. Sydney is Seth Aaron's kid and she's so cute that something just happened inside of me -- a chemical was released or an aorta died or something. I'm dying, she's so cute. Seth Aaron interviews that he has a daughter, so he knows that kids have very specific points-of-view when it comes to what they like and don't like. Hmm, this sounds kind of cynical, but kudos to Seth Aaron for not crying all of the time about how he loves his kid and he's just doing this for his kid. This is the first time he has even mentioned her. Perhaps they are estranged, but I would like to believe that Seth Aaron just has a little dignity and realizes that (unless he's designing for little girls) his daughter isn't really fodder for conversation in a fashion contest. Sylvie, who is Ben's model, already has the disinterested model thing down. She's far too cool for any of this. After we meet Jonathan's model, Fabriana, he interviews that children terrify him. He doesn't really have friends with kids and he doesn't really surround himself with them. "They are very small." Oh God, he's so scared. Emilio's kid, Lauren? Also so cute that something just snapped inside me. I think my spleen. Amy says that she is ecstatic about this challenge because she loves "mini clothes." That's the first funny thing that Amy has said. I love how serious she is and even how serious she is about loving tiny clothes. Heidi tells the designers that Tim will give them the details of the challenge in the workroom. Then, she snaps and all of the little girls follow her off of the runway.
At the workroom, the designers giggle when they find tiny dress forms. Tim enters and directs them to notecards pinned to the dress forms that detail the models' measurements. They will have 30 minutes to sketch, then they will go to Mood with a $50 budget. He says that they will have until midnight tonight to work on the looks and they won't see their models again until the following day. That sounds weird. They always get a chance to fit the model before the final fitting.