Dmitry seems to be moving along nicely. There's a questionable collar happening on his jacket, but he's moving at a very nice clip. Christopher interviews that he feels that Dmitry is his biggest competition because his tailoring is exquisite. Now, Tim comes in with that damn Billy B. wearing another crazy fucking outfit. He's like a feminine Paula Poundstone. I'm sorry, I don't know why I brought Paula into this, but I'm not incorrect. Take a look. The thing is, his shirt's kind of cute. But, I find it patently offensive that his "uniform" is something that is ostensibly supposed to seem so kind of thrown together, meaning a blazer (this one is short sleeved, I think), an untucked shirt with the sleeves rolled up and a loosened tie. That he adds a poncy pocket square is even obnoxious. Anyway, this isn't about Billy. Everyone has a consultation and Billy seems obsessed with the nail decals that are a part of the make-up line.
Afterwards, Tim visits the designers again in the workroom. He loves what Fabio has done with his jacket, though Sonjia wonders if he's looking at the same garment that she is. Melissa thinks that Fabio might be her main competition. She tells Tim that time is her main concern. Tim thinks that she has a lot of work to do, which she does, per uzh. Sonjia has this nude thing going on and Tim says that he can see the avant-garde. Dmitry is having trouble believing his ears, because he doesn't think there is anything avant-garde about it. It's weird, they are all really bothered by the critiques that they hear Tim give to the other designers. He tells Christopher that his dress seems that it comes from 1890's. He doesn't see anything avant-garde about it, which Chris counters with pointing out the pronounced hips and how nobody wants big hips. Wrong thing to say there. Tim asks if that means that it's avant-garde or a mistake. Christopher is losing his words here. He just says something about how it's complicated and I'm not sure what he means -- the dress or his explanation of the dress or his explanation for why it really isn't avant-garde. Tim moves on to Dmitry, whose suit he finds to similar to the other things that he has created. Same problems, different challenge. All of Fabio's garments fit his model perfectly. Same for Sonjia.