Tim comes in and asks everyone how they are doing and Christopher answers that he needs a drink. Heidi is there as well and reiterates that bullshit about how they had the baby dolls to teach them some sort of lesson. They start their consultations with Elena, who has created a blazer with a lot of adornments. Tim jokingly asks if the jacket has shoulder pads and she laughs and says that she has stayed away from them. Tim says that must have required a lot of self-discipline, which seems a little rude. Don't box people in, dude. Dmitry interviews that Elena's jacket is cute, but she doesn't know when to stop. I think he may be speaking of all the doo-dads that are on the jacket right now. Tim asks if it's practical in regards to cleaning. Elena doesn't know, so she asks Heidi. She replies that she knows they have to be practical, but her line doesn't want to make just basics. She says that the jacket is so cute and that Elena will have to make something for underneath that doesn't mess it up. Elena interviews that Heidi never usually likes her stuff, so that felt good.
Fabio explains that he is rethinking a '50s school uniform. He's using one of the prints for the line as a liner and Heidi says that it would be nice if you could see a little bit of it. She says that moms like to dress the babies in something cute and happy. Tim suggests that the look could use a little whimsy.
Dmitry shows them his jumpsuit and Heidi says that the straps at the shoulder make it look like the baby is carrying a backpack. Dmitry asks if that is a bad thing. Tim just suggests that the straps make the outfit seem disjointed. Dmitry asks if he should employ buttons down the suit and Heidi says that she wouldn't unless he had to. Sonjia interviews that she can't imagine dressing her baby in Dmitry's "firefighter jumpsuit". She says that it looks homeless to her. What a horrible descriptor. Heidi suggests that he make it cuter.
Sonjia shows them her blazer. Elena interviews that she loves Sonjia's jacket. Heidi tells Sonjia that the pants for the suit shouldn't be "old man." Should anything really? Clothes-wise, at least? Maybe cardigans. Heidi suggests to Sonjia that there be more detailing so that the buyer feels that she's getting more design for her buck.