Chloe is describing to Diana an idea for the thirteenth design. At first, I thought she said that it would have "that valium look," which sounded really fabulous to me. I'm seeing 1970s housewife, frosted lips, Virginia Slims. But my closed captioning tells me that she actually said "volume look," which saddens me. You've not come as long a way as I was hoping, baby. She interviews that this collection is her "fantasy fashion show." I'm not sure if she means this is the show about which she has always fantasized, or if fantasy is the theme of the collection. She adds that the new challenge has offered her the opportunity to have "another gold piece" in her collection, which she felt like it needed. The connection of gold to a "fantasy fashion show" seems kind of nebulous, doesn't it? I guess people fantasize about having lots of gold. Are there going to be unicorns in the collection? The models should all wear unicorn horns. That's very fantasy.
Diana says to Chloe that they should be careful to make sure the length of the gold dress they're making is not the same length as the gold dress already in Chloe's collection. Chloe almost snappishly replies that a six-foot model will wear the gold dress she made already. She says it looking at Diana just below eye level, then meets her eyes at the end of the sentence. "The first dress is going to be worn by a six-foot-tall model." Then, eye contact! Diana interviews that Chloe is pretty distressed about the new challenge. Chloe says that she told "Miss Diana" that she was responsible for the thirteenth piece. Their exchange is kind of cool, because Chloe tells her that she trusts her to "knock it out." It's an interesting side of her that she can delegate effectively.
Santino seems really out of sorts. He says that he bought some jersey fabric at Mood, but is still not sure what he's going to make. It looks like Andrae is doing his best to keep Santino calm. He reminds Santino that they need to make the new look fit with the rest of the collection. Santino says (with equal parts humor and panic), "I'm freaking out, Andrae." He interviews that he's "dragging his feet" making the new piece. The mannequins are like, "Dude, don't blow it now."