And, now we have Stella. It's, um, not bad really. It's matching tweed pants and a vest, with a black leather cape. The vest is reversible, with the black leather being on the opposite side as the tweed. I don't know if it's really Diane Von Furstenberg, but it's not horrible. The only thing is the leather on the opposite side of the vest makes it bulky.
Here's Kenley's dress. It's a lovely floral print in a sleeveless, high-collar, Shanghai style. The high neck is made with black lace, which is also used at the waist and the hem of the dress. It's simple, but it fits beautifully and is really lovely.
Afterwards, Terri, Jerell, and Blayne are called forward. They have made it to the next round. Blayne lives another day. The models for the remaining designers return. Korto goes first. She says she thought of freedom when she was thinking of the spy motif, but she tried to add Shanghai elements to her design as well. Diane loves the yellow. She thinks it's very pretty. Fern finds the print captivating. Heidi loves the little jacket and the others agree. Joe says that he was inspired by Shanghai. Diane doesn't like the open back of the shirt. Heidi points out that the back of the dress entirely is not well-made. Kenley says that she was trying to be chic and elegant. Heidi points out that the look book was heavy on layering and maybe Kenley took the easy way out. Kenley stands up to that and says that she felt like Diane needed a dress, nay, THE dress. Diane says, "Well, I'm glad you figured it out." This gets a big laugh from everyone and Kenley looks a little nervous. Heidi continues, pounding poor Kenley. She says that the dress doesn't look difficult to her. Then, Diane says she likes the dress. It's simple and she was true to herself. Fern loves it. So does Michael. Heidi hates her. Stella describes her look. Diane likes the mix of tweed and leather, but the cape is not a 40s cape. No, Michael says it's a magician's cape. Then, he tells her that the tailoring is "not happening." The crotch of the pants apparently has room for someone's junk. Heidi loves this. Big laugh from her. Leanne explains that her look is supposed to be relaxed -- the perfect disguise. Diane loves the mix of dress with a man's jacket. Heidi thinks the pieces are beautiful. Fern thinks that the ruffles in the back of the dress are a surprise. They add softness. Michael says that there is a lot of good design in her look. Rayon explains the camouflage. Diane moves past the print. She doesn't care. She cares that there's too much fabric at the waist of the dress giving the skinny model a big-hipped appearance. They all hate the slit in the back. Fern thinks that the herringbone is a bad match with the camouflage. Michael says it's one of those "got dressed in the dark" looks and Rayon says that he doesn't think it looks that bad.