The show begins with a floor-length dress, super low-cut. It's this amazing print of greens and blues -- like the ocean. Gorgeous. Sure, a monkey could sew this, but a monkey wouldn't. They are incredibly difficult employees. It's just perfect. It's showing a lot of skin but doesn't look trashy at all. Here's the short dress that she showed in the last challenge. It looks good. I look at a dress like that and I imagine seeing someone at a party wearing it. And, I imagine having the same good thoughts about that person that I have about Anya after watching her for a season on this show. Breezy and confident and elegant and smart. Looking beautiful doesn't have to be uncomfortable. At least the clothes part. Here's a new swimsuit in black and white with a matching cover-up. It's just gorgeous. I'm not sure what would happen to this if it actually got wet, but right here right now it looks amazing. Here's a loose pantsuit in another brilliant print. Next is a tan dress that has that loose front, like the black dress that she made for the challenge before last -- the one that Heidi loved so much. It manages to be somewhat shapeless without compromising the figure of the model. That's great.
Another low-cut dress in black and white. Backstage, Anya tells Tim that everything looks very easy. Tim agrees and thinks that the judges are going to be thrilled with the transformation in her collection. Anya says that she's very pleased with the collection and excited to be showing at Fashion Week. Wow, here's a sleeveless short suit of tan, with gold trim. It's belted and super low-cut, but so elegant. There's a long train and short shorts and I love it. Next is a low-cut romper with blue on the torso and green-blue shorts. The tan belt sends it over the top. Love it. Next is a fitted cocktail dress that is belted at the waist and has this Givenchy-like/cowl neckline. The fabric is striped and the inside of the neck is gold. Beautiful. Here's a loose halter dress in black and white that exposes much of the back. I love all of it. The show is over and her parents seem thrilled.