Melissa talks to Sue about Guiliana. Sue says that she likes to keep Guiliana in very feminine clothing. Melissa interviews that, as soon as she heard "feminine", she thought "pink". And, she has never worked with "baby pink". It's just a color. It doesn't have teeth. That's not the way colors work. Calm down.
Dmitry is working with Etka and her little boy Arjun. He tells her that he's thinking of a jumpsuit and she asks him how he's going to make it edgy or trendy. He tells her that it will be very graphic. Then, he interviews drily that the boy is very cute and the mother is very opinionated. She doesn't really seem that bad. It seems though that everyone has seen this show at some point and now they all fancy themselves to be Tim Gunn. And, I guess, as consumers they're entitled to be that way, but gross. People should try to shut up sometimes, says the guy who writes thousands of words a week about someone else's TV show.
Sonjia works with Amy and baby Jude. Amy seems super chill and her baby is adorable. Amy says that she likes to dress up on the weekends and likes for her baby to fit in to that aesthetic. Sonjia says that she's excited for this challenge and maybe I believe her? Kate is the mother that Fabio is working with and her baby is Bobby. She tells Fabio that she favors baby clothes that are easy to get on. You see, Bobby's head's real big. Fabio reminds her that all babies have big heads. Then, we see him sort of shake hands with Bobby. It's really cute. Then, he says that his first job in NYC was as a babysitter. Also cute. He tells us that he has an ease with children. For the love of God, people, go vote for him for fan favorite right now. It's the least we can all do. Kate tells Fabio that she buys vintage baby clothes for Bobby and while that sounds too precious by like 10, she seems super cool and Fabio says that she's very stylish. He wants to make a 50's-style jumper for Bobby. As he's sketching on his HP pad, he hands the stylus to Bobby and asks him if he wants to sketch. Bobby just walks away with the stylus in hand and a grin on his face. Fabio just chuckles. Love.
Nancy, mother of Nile, tells Christopher that they like to dress very classic with a twist. He asks her to walk the store and see if she likes anything. She doesn't like anything. She picks at this fun little tulle skirt and mentions how Dior does a lot with tulle. Wow, it's been a while since I thought of the phrase "conspicuous consumption." Babies in Dior = conspicuous consumption. Christopher interviews that he loved the mother and daughter's style on first sight, but now is wondering how he will be able to make Nancy happy. He pitches some fabrics to her and she settles on white. She says that Nile always wears three-quarter sleeves. Damn, that's specific. Then, she describes for Christopher what a three-quarter sleeve is. Heh. She's really pretty humorless, this Nancy. She nixes some pockets that he was going to put on a jacket.