Joanna likes the pants that Casanova has made, but the hat that he has hanging at the top of the dress form is driving her crazy. He says that he is going to add some masculine elements to his look. Ivy tells Joanna that you don't realize that a caterpillar can turn into something as beautiful as a butterfly. Meh. You know, some caterpillars turn into moths. Moths eat your clothes. Think about that, Ivy. Anyway, she's really pushing the 90's right now, I feel. She should have a giant Big Gulp in her hands at all times. She says that humans evolve. Joanna says that Ivy has found a new character, I mean, "energy" in this season and it's obvious that she's feeling strong. Anthony Ryan tells Alison that his headline for his industrial-looking photo is "Always Moving Forward" and he relates it to his battle with cancer. He interviews that designing is what got him through his struggle. That seems a stretch to connect to that photo, but whatever you gotta do. Joanna tells Althea, that, why she's glad that she's stretching herself with a suit, she is not sure that the design is as special as the photo that inspired it. Alison's parting words of advice are for the designers to make sure that the emotion of their photos are in the final design.
With three hours remaining in the workday, Althea decides to do a little drape in her pant, because she's here to take risks, dammit. The models come in for their fittings. Everyone has plenty to say about each others' work. Ivy thinks that Althea's look is really unflattering. Laura Kathleen says with glee that there's nothing that can happen to change Kayne of Many Colors' aesthetic, which she finds really boring. Now, I'd call him many things, but boring? Nah. Hooker-y? Yes. But nothing's boring about being a hooker. Or, so I hear. Josh thinks that he bit off more than he could chew. Everybody scrambles to finish by closing time.