Here's Jonathan's look. Jonathan's textile is a light gray with darker polka dots of different shapes and configurations. He's made a jacket of champagne-colored leather and gold lame` that opens on the back of the model. When Cerri removes it, it's quite the reveal. The textile is used to make a dress that end above the knee. It has a sweetheart neckline which meets a darker gray transparent fabric that extends to create a closed halter. There is a bow of gray around the neck. OK. So, I think the jacket is pretty cool. I just think it's dramatic and neat. I'm not entirely sure about the textile, or at least the use of it. I think the skirt is either too loose, too short or too long. It just hits Cerri at the wrong place. Also, I think maybe he took Tim's advice the wrong way. It appears that he made the neckline lower and added more of the gray fabric in response to Tim's concern about the proportion. I think he maybe did too much. Also, I think she's wearing the wrong shoes. They are black heels that are a little bit chunky. Something strappy and lighter would have been better. The back of the dress is cute. The dark gray fabric is pleated and puckers where it meets Jonathan's textile. I don't think this is horrible, but it doesn't look like things came together as cleanly as they could have. Jonathan is happy with it, but why do we even listen to the designers during this part? They always love it.
Maya's look is next. It's a short dress with panels of Maya's textile running vertically on either side of the model. The textile is black with red and orange lines shooting across it at angles. She has arranged the fabric so that the lines run horizontally. In the middle of the dress is a black panel with vertical pleats. At the neck, there's Maya's structural element. The black and print fabric mix to create a bit of a harlequin look. Maya thinks that the print seems electric, which makes her happy.
Here's Emilio's look. He created a slim dress of his graphic textile. There is a black band at the waist and an inverted triangle of black that meets the bodice and creates a high neckline. He made voluminous black jacket to accompany the dress. I think the dress looks nice and I like the primary color of the print, but I'm not really a fan of this. First of all, I mean, Stephen Sprouse, right? It just seems completely reminiscent of his work. Like, I don't see any separation at all. That said, I think he did an interesting job of making such a bold and contemporary (well, unless you consider that Sprouse was working as early as the mid '70s) print look graceful. As you would expect, Emilio is very happy with the look.