Jillian and Victorya are so serious. Jillian is making a trench coat, and she will attempt to mimic the mohawk look of their model on the back of the coat. Victorya is making the shirt and pants for the outfit. Jillian interviews that she and Victorya have problems with time management, so she's worried about their progress.
Rami tells Sweet P what to do. He interviews that he's working on the bodice, because he's good at that stuff. He has asked Sweet P to make a pair of trousers, because she has assured him that she can do it. Now, I totally understand that all of these guys are gunning for the big time and it's about winning, but how freaking condescending was that? Eh, Rami's been a turn-off for a few episodes now. He just doesn't seem to know how to be very friendly, at least from what we've seen. You see tiny moments of him laughing in the apartment, but this sort of stuff is the majority of opinion-shaping material we get from Rami.
Near the end of the day, Kit asks Ricky to do something and he has to bone a corset first and they giggle because they are 12. I'd be right with them. Rami is ALL OVER Sweet P with instructions. He interviews that he is being slowed down by her questions. We see them, in the sewing room, and he tells her that the pants should be finished and she assures him that they almost are. She interviews that they are ahead of the game and she's not sure why he's such a basket case. He interviews that he is worried about being blamed for any dysfunction in the team-- and he's right about that.
The next day, Sweet P interviews that she is worried because Rami seemed upset the night before. At Parsons, they all start working. Ricky interviews that he's excited. Sweet P suggests to Rami that they try some bustling on their garment, but he doesn't really listen to her. You know, a bustle might do Rami some good. Everything is so SO draped all of the time, it would give some dimension to his bodice.
Tim enters and tells everyone that they will have to, in addition to their avant-garde look, create a ready-to-wear garment that embodies the essence of the avant-garde look. He emphasizes that every major designer has to do this. They provoke and inspire with their high-end conceptual work, then they translate it into saleable garments. Christian makes this hysterical "What?" face and picks up some shears like he's going in for the kill. Jillian is freaked out at the time constraints. They have $50 for their new look. Only one team member has to go to Mood and they're going in 15 minutes.