Somehow, they all end up at Mood at the same time. Jonathan says that he and Amy are having to agree on the fabrics, which cuts their time in half. Emilio has to steer Seth Aaron away from black, since they want to work with denim. Anthony wants to not be so literal as to use red and gold, but Maya is worried about his textile choices (since he's had criticism in the past).
At the workroom, Tim says that, since the group has been whittled down to the best, no one should assume that the team leader will be the one who is eliminated. Everyone gets to work. Mila says that Jay is taking charge of the day look and designing pants that she would never design. However, she says that she can't judge since he's the leader. Emilio says that he's working on the nighttime look, which will be a throwback to classic Harlem (i.e. Billie Holiday, Cotton Club). Anthony discovers that Maya has control issues. She mentions that she has begun to dislike a print that they got at Mood. Jonathan says that both his and Amy's ideas are very complicated. Amy is making a bunch of pleats.
Anthony, who is working on the evening look for his group, says that they are trying to use the diamond shapes from the paper dragon that they saw. He's worried that Maya can't seem to focus on her own garment. He takes issue with the fact that she prefaces her comments with the mention that she's an artist. At this point, he says that everyone is an artist. Emilio says that, since Seth Aaron works so quickly, it's important for him to keep an eye on the work that he is producing; for fear that he does something that they didn't discuss. Jay and Mila are working "professionally" and keeping to themselves. Jonathan interviews that he and Amy are both designers of immense detail and volume, which means that they probably won't be able to finish both looks on time.
Tim enters with Collier. It's time for the makeup consultations. Collier does a giant L'Oreal ad. Later, it's time for Tim's consultation. He starts with Seth Aaron and Emilio. Tim suggests that they maintain an urban edge (I think in response to the Billie Holiday look). For Anthony and Maya, Tim thinks that they should use the print that Maya rejected earlier. Jay explains his pants, which have a flair at the thigh. Tim says that Heidi and Nina are likely to say that a woman wouldn't want to look wider there. Jay responds that the flare won't be at the hips. He and Mila are still undecided about portions of the nighttime look. Tim reminds them that someone is going home and Jay says to not look at him. He asks Amy and Jonathan if they are perhaps overdesigning and they have no answer. He reminds them that it's not about how much work they got done. It's about how good the look is. True.