Jesus explains the brand panels on the side of his dress. He says that he created the straps for glamour. Heidi asks Michael what he thinks and he almost passes out. "Where do I start?" He says that Jesus apparently took a checklist of everything that can make something tacky and put it all in one garment. Tight red satin, too short, tacky straps. Georgina generously thinks that there are too many elements going on. She feels that he would have been more successful if he'd taken away the straps. Heidi says that he has good construction skills, but she's worried about his taste. Nina barks that less is more. He can't go overboard with the cliché embellishments.
Amy says that they wanted to show off her model's scar. And, she wanted the dress to be comfortable. Nina thinks that it's beautiful. She loves the fabric, the movement, the modernity, and the femininity. Georgina thinks that it's beautiful as well. She could tell that Amy's model was happy wearing it. Michael tells us that, these days, elegant can seem old-fashioned. The thing he loved about Amy's dress was how it was elegant and modern at the same time.
Anna says that she was trying to break up the body. She should stop saying that. Nina likes the bottom half of the dress, but she thinks that the choices on top make the model look too broad. Even Nina seems to wish that the model weren't up here for this. Michael agrees about the broad part. Georgina doesn't think that it looks like an evening dress. She thinks, perhaps, that the flesh-colored fabric that Anna used was the wrong shade. Seriously, that's the least of her worries.
Maya says that her model wanted to show her scars, which is why they had a lower neckline. Nina says that the draping in Maya's dress is what they found interesting. That sounds like she really didn't want to compliment it. Georgina says that it made her want to look again. Heidi also found it interesting. The sweep of the half-heart shape was interesting to her. Michael thinks that it's interesting and elegant at the same time.