After she leaves, Ivy and Uli are having some lunch in the break room. They are preparing for a different experience on the runway, since they are all going to be pitted against each other. Ivy says that she is not intimidated at all by Anthony Ryan. The models come in for their fittings. Laura Kathleen is very pleased with the way that her garment fits and she pats herself on the back for knowing her model's body so well. Uli, meanwhile, has run into a problem. Her dress is completely see-through. Now, she's trying to build an underskirt with the leftover fabric that she has. Also, she's looking over at Laura Kathleen's work and she says that she really likes it. She believes that LK has the fire right now and really wants to win, so she knows that the face-off is going to be difficult.
Emilio says that the real work of creating a dress happens in the fitting, because nothing really matters until you see the garment on an actual body. Then, we see Joshua trying to work in this brooch somewhere on the waist of his garment. Anthony Ryan tells him that he feels that the brooch makes his look Scottish. Looking at the dress, I can't say that Anthony Ryan is incorrect. Also, I'm not entirely sure why that would be a bad thing. Maybe he's saying that it makes it look like a kilt. Josh really wants to fit the brooch in somewhere because he thinks it speaks to the decadence of the era. That makes sense too. Anthony Ryan tells him that he can use the Nine West wall to "add some bling" if needed.
Ivy hasn't finished sewing and really does not have that much to put on her model by the end of the fitting. In fact, she's sitting at a sewing machine with her model just sort of staring at her. That's not promising. After the girls are gone, Emilio tells us that he has to take apart the entire bodice, insert lace and finish the hem. That's a lot of work to get done. Uli is also cramming and doesn't have enough time to finish. They all reluctantly leave for their hotel when time is called.