Uli says that her strength is making the challenge fit her strengths as opposed to the other way around. She is not feeling great about her fabric though, it's darker than she thought it would be. Laura Kathleen explains to Joshua that she's going to make a pant-dress. He interviews that she's a killer designer and she takes lots of risks. He thinks it's courageous that she's making a romper for the red carpet, though she keeps correcting him and telling him that it isn't a romper. It's a pant-dress.
Laura Kathleen says that this is her most anticipated challenge, because her idol will be judging her and she wants to impress her. Uli goes back to the trimming recycle bin. She's going to use feathers to add volume to her look. Emilio is still making fun of her, this time to Joshua. I'm thinking he's just feeling a little bit nervous about her and feels that he needs to tear her down a little bit. Anthony Ryan is feeling stuck because he is not very used to working with chiffon. He wants to show something a little more flowy, but he's not sure how to do it. Ivy is making a lot of different pieces for her look and she's worried about not having enough time to finish. She remembers back to her season when she got eliminated during a red carpet challenge.
Joanna comes in to consult with these guys. She starts with Laura Kathleen and acknowledges that LK is a big DVF fan. She confirms that and says that she has never met her. Joanna hears the idea about the pant-dress and seems really on board. Laura Kathleen says that she wants to make sure that DVF has nothing bad to say about her look. Joanna moves to Emilio and it appears that his red dress is the exact same shade as the dress that she's wearing. She's really excited about his look because she's wild about the color. Joanna moves to Anthony Ryan and says that she really likes the periwinkle shade of his fabric. She says that it's a color that she would be looking for if she were thinking about the cover of Marie Claire. Something bold and exciting. He tells her that he doubled the fabric because it was so sheer and she thinks that's a good idea because you have more coverage from the flashes of the photographers.