Bonnie's model goes next. It's pretty simple. It's a cowl-necked salmon-colored turtleneck with a long white jacket over it. The jacket ties at the waist. There are wide-legged brown trousers beneath. It kind of reminds me of the patterns they sell at the fabric store, which can't be a good thing. Bonnie says that she is happy with the design. It's for a customer who is looking for something safe.
Finally, it's Keith's design. It looks super-hot on the model. The first thing I notice is that the pants are amazingly tight-fitted. Good job, Jeffrey. At the bottom of the leg, the pants open on the sides and have some really cool button detailing. The top is a turtleneck. The bottom of the turtleneck is what appears to be the straps of the tank top that Keith was talking about earlier. I'm still not sure what he meant, because I don't think anyone could wear that as a dress; but it looks really cool, like suspender straps hanging down. On top is this really great gray coat. Everything is modern and stylish. Good stuff. And I believe the model is Camille? She's our breakout, I think. She's gorgeous. Alison interviews that she and Jeffrey felt awesome when they saw their outfit.
Heidi asks Jeffrey and Alison and Angela's team to step forward. They have the highest scores. Robert and Bonnie have the teams with the low scores, so they leave for now. Backstage, Robert says, "They want to fuck with our heads just a little more."
Onstage, Mehmet asks Angela about the detail on the back of the collar of her jacket. She says, "Oh, this is my signature rosettes, which I'm obsessed with right now." Mehmet likes the proportions of the outfit. Vera loves the colors. The old Angela rears her stupid head and says, "The color palette was actually inspired by the sunrise over the Empire State Building my second morning here." That's such bullshit. She didn't even know what her colors would be until Laura told her to decide. Then Michael shows the judges the lining of the jacket and the judges love it. Heidi points out that it looks very expensive for having only cost $100.