Zulema's design is next. It's orange and it's an orange dress. It's a lot like the Banana Republic dress that she did. The skirt of the dress is a transparent fabric. Zulema says that she likes Tarah modeling her clothing. To her credit, Tarah still works that runway even though she doesn't want to wear Zulema's design.
The designers are called onstage. Everyone is going to remain on the runway for the judging. The models return. Nina says that she likes Daniel's design. Michael likes it too. Jay says that he wanted Chloe's design to be more geometric. She says that she would have liked that too, but she didn't have time. Then, we see footage of Jay's Chrysler Building dress. Jay's all, "Don't give me that." Nina, however, says that she likes the dress.
Kara explains the "Danger. No trespassing" idea in an incredibly verbose manner. Jay tells her that it's "big talk" but "the talk doesn't match the dress." Kara disagrees and says, "I think simplicity has its voice and I think this speaks volumes." Michael basically says that Donna Karan does New York iconography a lot better than Kara. However, I could see Barbra Streisand sporting a look that says, "Danger. No trespassing." So, maybe they have something in common.
Andrae, scaring me for a moment because he takes a big breath like he was going to start crying again, says that he wanted to create something beautiful from something ugly. Jay says that he thinks it's the "most inspired." Michael thinks it's "pretty great-looking." Heidi points out that Andrae's dress looks very expensive and was made for only $100.
Nick describes his dress as "Paris Hilton in Greece, strolling with her Greek boyfriend, down the beaches of Mykonos." Jay says, "Once again -- big story." Heidi says she remembers him having his own stories, and he says, "No, that was Austin." Then, he quite accurately mocks Austin's description of his swimsuit design. Michael likes Nick's top, but is equally confused by the Mykonos reference.