She thinks Wendy's look is very Halloween. She calls out this plate thing on the back of her pants and says that it looks like a trivet, though she doesn't know the actual word and is like, "Hot stuff, side of stove, my governess?" She says to Emilio that she considers the '70s the decade that taste forgot. I don't really agree with that. Sure, the influences were really out there and competing, so a lot of the silhouettes remained right there in the '70s and will likely never make it out, but some of the style then was really gorgeous. I, for one, really loved the classic '70s lady with huge hair and either a prim straight dress or some sort of flowing goddess thing. I mean, the '90s? All of that foundation and red lipstick and the fucking bangs for miles and miles and miles. Baby tees? Fine, there was Gucci and the whole heroin thing, but I feel comfortable saying that we can give the '70s a break after having lived through the '90s. Grunge? Everyone had overalls!
Casanova says that his girl wants to have fun and wants to be comfortable, which Joanna really appreciates. She says that no one every thinks about comfort when talking about party clothes. Casanova says that when a lady goes out she doesn't need to worry about errant boobs and exposed panties. Don't I know? Do I? I don't know.
Joanna leaves the models come in. Wendy thinks that Uli's dress is something from the Ice Hotel. Wow. SLAM. Althea thinks that Ivy's clothes are not flattering. She sounds kind of like an idiot when she talks. Josh thinks that Wendy's pants are puke. Uli thinks that Rayon's dress looks like a golden refrigerator. Everybody scrambles to finish. Andrae seems really behind.
When the work day is over, Kayne of Many Colors leads everyone into the break room where he reveals a mirror ball and his intentions for them to have a disco break. Wendy jams with Joshua and she seems really into it. That was nice, if forced.