Tim pays the team a visit. He stops by Jesse's He-Man Woman Haters worktable first. Jesse says that he's trying to keep his design simple, in order to flatter his model's full figure. He has a jacket planned and Tim tells him that, without the jacket, he doesn't have very much in the way of fashion. Jesse "jokingly" slaps his hand on his table and tells Tim to stop telling him that. Then, he laughs. I don't believe Jesse. He should still take his shirt off, for fuck's sake.
Anna tells Tim that she's trying to break up her model's body composition in order to flatter her figure. Like Picasso? I dunno that's so flattering. Tim likes the Campbell's print on the chiffon. "Nice... actually." That's funny. Mila describes her dress for Tim and he's really into the star pattern that she's using. She says that her model is a really tough fit and Tim responds that he's very glad that they're having the opportunity to work with "real women." God, getting sicker of that term every time I hear it. Anyway, he thinks it's a good lesson for all of the designers. Mila agrees -- she has made a strategy with proportion and shape.
Jesus tells Tim that Tricia wanted something fitted and cleavage-baring. Tim responds that Jesus has definitely done both. Jesus feels confident that the dress doesn't look cheap and he says it fits Tricia very well. Tim is glad to hear that he has already fitted Tricia in it. Maya tells Tim that she's trying to incorporate a heart shape into her design. She adds that, though she is not sure if she will have time, she'd like to make a cocktail purse with the Campbell's logo material. Tim encourages her to make the purse. Amy tells Tim that she's concerned about fit, because she wants her model to feel comfortable. She tells him that they want to leave the left side of her chest exposed, revealing her scars, because her model is proud of them. Tim seems to get it.
What he doesn't get is why Seth Aaron has turned into Rami. Tim actually likes the draping that Seth Aaron has done, but warns him that it doesn't look like his style. He warns him against compromising and reminds him that, in the end, tearjerking heart trouble or no, he really has to impress the judges. Tim tells them that he's leaving and fully expects to see their stuff completed in the morning.