Jay's first look is a short dress of purple. It's fitted with a zipper up the middle. There is interest at the hips, like gills. Next is a silver blouse with this black shoulder strap/pad/shrug thing, kinda military. He's paired it with some modern slacks that have cool detail, all in black. Lastly, he presents this elaborate high-collared waistcoat. It's black and gray and there is tons of detailing on it. It is paired with red slacks. On the shins of the model are these strappy shin guard things that I personally think are pretty cool. I like that Jay's work doesn't infantilize women. He makes them strong and sexy at the same time. Jay feels that his collection is innovative, fresh, modern and fashion-forward.
Afterwards, the models come out again. Mila says that the shadow was her inspiration. Heidi "actually" likes her looks. She would want to wear all of them. Michael thinks that the first girl actually looks like Mila. He likes that. He thinks that maybe her girls look a little too retro. Nina loves the separates in Mila's collection, but thinks she should try to be more modern. She wonders what she could do with such a narrow point-of-view if she had to make six collections a year. Michael notices some gloves on Mila's last look and asks about them. She designed them and had them made. He thinks that they provide a little bite to the look. She also had some multi-fingered rings produced and Nina thinks they're fantastic. Also, the cowl neck on her second look is removable and Nina likes the look even more without it.
Jay says that he wanted to feminize the samurai look. Heidi says that Jay pumped up the volume with his collection and he thanks her. Michael thinks that the slacks on Jay's second look are extraordinary and represent a lot of work. Uh oh, that could be a "student work" slam. Michael also loves the shin accessory that Jay created. Nina loves Jay's tailoring and innovation, but thinks the silver top and shrug thing are too much. Her favorite look is the first one, because it's simpler. She thinks he needs to edit. Heidi loves the purple dress. She would wear it in a heartbeat. She also loves the shin whatsit. She thinks it should extend to the thigh and connect to a garter belt. Michael laughs and says, you know, maybe if you're Heidi Klum Seal. Heidi does question how cohesive the collection is, since he has so many contrasting fabrics. Michael admires that there is nothing retro about Jay's clothes and we see a little reaction gulp from Mila. He adds that these aren't clothes that could happen at any other time. In regards to the gloves on Jay's models, Heidi asks if he and Mila called and agreed to both make gloves. He responds that they actually didn't talk at ALL before Fashion Week, but have managed to put the drama behind them. Michael laughs and says that they're "dear friends" now. Mila adds that they are also sharing a space. Michael welcomes them to the fashion world.