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.
Then, they go to the Night Hotel. Carolyn sends them a message from Karl Lagerfeld, asshole Adele-hater, telling them to be creative and have fun. Rayon choked back tears the whole time and I wish he had be arrested for that. Fuck him.
The next day, they're back in the workroom and scrambling. Uli is getting her stuff ready and mumbles that all of this stress is for young people. Andrae realizes that he doesn't have enough time to work with the organza that he's using. Wendy is feeling confident. Uli thinks is looks like a whore's outfit. Touche.
It's time for hair and make-up and Laura Kathleen goes to the hot make-up daddy and tells him that she is going for a "Diane von Furstenberg look." I'm not saying that a Diane von Furstenberg make-up story doesn't exist, but...it doesn't. She's just being snotty. I'm sorry, that's true. Also, that's probably the only person she knows from the '70s. I bet her look is more Pam Dawber though. I think maybe I'm going to have to go out on a limb and predict Laura Kathleen as the villain of this season, even with the presence of Wendy Pepper. A of all, Wendy Pepper seems exceptionally well medicated these days. She's rational and kind and seemingly comfortable in her skin. B of all, it takes something huge to make me namecheck Pam Dawber. I only do that when backed against a wall. And I only like being backed against a wall when I'm recreating the cast of Glee recreating the classic Madonna/Britney video for "Me Against the Music." So, she's dead to me and moving on.