Viktor says that he was trying to marry Mexico and New York. It's a beach girl vs. city girl. Michael loves the prints. He loves the tailoring. What he didn't love was all of the sheer. He says it's a runway joke to put all of these 19-year old models in sheer fabric, because, they're really the only ones who can pull it off. Or old Sharon Stone. L'Wren loved his first dress. She didn't like the sheer stuff either, but she thought his collection made a lot of sense. Heidi tells him that she liked the slacks and mirror top. Also, the halter gown, not the sheer one. She thought he showed two shows and she thought the sheer stuff seemed a little cheap. Nina is the same. She loved the print pieces. She felt that the sheer pieces were a missed opportunity. He should have mixed the chiffon and the prints.
Anya says that she was inspired by a trip to Tobago. She wanted an easy sexy vibe. Heidi thought that her fabrics were amazing, but the construction seemed easy. Eight of her looks have the same neckline. Michael says that her first dress was his favorite opener of the show. He also adds that cutting very low-cut garments takes a lot of SKILL. Hear that world, aka Josh? That's the thing, what if she knew how to sew like a badass? Would her clothes really need to look that different to the naked eye? He thought her stuff was sexy without being slutty. He think that he can push everything more. Also, he thinks she needs to think about variety, since not everyone in the world is sporting a caftan. What? L'Wren loved that dress with the cowl. She says she would struggle to find one of the garments that she could wear herself in the city. Nina loved the bathing suit! She points out the same thing that L'Wren did -- Anya's clothes are very her and not particularly adaptable to an urban setting. She thinks Anya should think about retailers. Heidi reminds Anya that they were all worried about her the last time she was on the runway -- they only liked one of the three pieces that she showed. She says that she really turned it around. She asks her why she should win. Anya says that she has demonstrated tenacity and development and a consistent point-of view.