Joe's look is first. It's a black skirt, pink waistband, and apricot Asian-inspired top. There's also a hooded shawl that is shimmering black on the outside and pink on the inside. It's far too literal. We get it -- shawl = spy. But, it doesn't look great. The top is a little chunky looking and seems altogether a little cheap. Especially when you consider how much those fabrics probably cost. The skirt is a wrap with a scallop shape to it. There's something about it that also seems a bit cheap. I do like the waistband though and I'm not being facetious. It's nice. Joe says that he's taking a risk, but he's being true to the theme. Also, he thinks it represents him as a designer. Which is true. Which may not necessarily be a great thing.
Leanne's look is next. It's a floor-length violet gown. It is gorgeous. It has a low draped neckline with two jewel broaches at the shoulders. It is completely fitted along the skirt of the dress and there is a vertical ruffle that starts at the middle back of the dress and continues to the floor. The fit and the movement of the ruffle -- beautiful. Taking Tim's advice, she shortened the trench into a kind of shrug. It looks great. She thinks that Karalyn plays the part of the seductress very well.
Here's Terri's design. It's a long black mohair coat over fitted herringbone slacks. The blouse with the firework print is peeking out from below the coat. It's nice. The coat fits the espionage component of the inspiration motif. The pants are nice -- I don't care what those bitches are saying. Terri gives props to Xaviera for working it on the runway.
Here's Jerell's look. I'm...not sure. It's a black quilted jacket that is belted at the waist. Underneath the jacket is a shimmering copper turtleneck. Below that, it's a short black skirt. She's also wearing this little military-inspired cap. I don't know. Nothing looks poorly made and I guess it fits the motif, but it looks a little like somebody digging through their mom's closet and just throwing shit together. Jerell, for his part, says that that he needs to use his two hands to give himself a pat on the back. Yawn. He loves it.
Here's Korto's design. It's a floor length dress in a white and black swirled pattern. She tops it with a small black jacket with balloon sleeves. There are little swaths of yellow peaking out of several parts of the dress. It's really pretty. It does indeed seem like it could fit a wide variety of body types. Korto is happy with it and thinks that it looks like something she would make. Congratulations? She thinks she's going to do very well today.