Blayne says that he's toning down his color choices for this challenge. He's using black instead of his usual neon. He says that he's a risk taker and he likes to show versatility. Hmm, seems like he's mostly done things that were a little risky. He might actually show a little versatility now if he tries to create something a little more refined. Then, he says he wants to show more than "a pair of the same pants." OK, he's talking about Terri. Why are people bagging on Terri? I don't really get it. And, she's done far more than "a pair of the same pants." All I have to say to Jerell is "amazing kimono vs. weird dowdy drag dress." So, yeah, she's making pants. But, it makes sense! Dietrich is all androgyny. Terri says that's where she's working from. While she's in the sewing room with Korto, Joe and Blayne are making fun of her in the other room. They don't like her fireworks print. Joe interviews that Terri is a one-trick pony with the blazer/pant look. I'm going to save for later why I really, really disagree -- because I'm starting to annoy myself.
With 8 hours remaining, Leanne, Terri, and Stella are having lunch. Leanne asks Terri what she's making and she says pants, shirt, vest, and coat. Leanne then asks Stella if she has decided what to do and she just says that she has. But, she won't tell them what she's doing. Weird. Can't they just look over at her worktable? Anyway, she interviews that she didn't tell Leanne because it's none of her business and she doesn't trust Terri. I seriously don't know what's happening here. Later, Leanne and Terri are talking about how it's the point in the competition where people are starting to feel the heat. Korto is there too and says that she doesn't care -- she's making a vest -- try to make one that's better. That's a good attitude. Leanne adds that everyone is becoming closed off and very "every man for himself."
With 6 hours remaining, Jerell reminds us of the inspiration in A Foreign Affair. He's making a coat, turtleneck, and a-line skirt. Korto, at her sewing machine, says that a legend will be critiquing them the next day. Also, the prize for this challenge is better than immunity. They hope that they don't get blasted by her on the runway. Korto is going to make an evening dress suitable for women of different sizes. When I think of Diane Von Furstenberg and other fancy Meatpacking District designers, my mind immediately is drawn to how inclusive they are. Korto is really on the right track.