The next day, everyone returns to the workroom. Sweet P has a muslin mock-up of her dress, and she asks Jillian her opinion of whether or not she should lower the neckline of her design. Jillian says that, at this level of the competition, the decision should be Sweet P's. Direct and to the point and without any unnecessary drama. It makes perfect sense that she wouldn't want to help Sweet P at this point. I love me some Sweet P, but I think it's time for her to go. She never really found that stride. She had little pockets of getting it right surrounded by stretches of insecurity. Sweet P says that Jillian is right and she decides to lower the neckline. She interviews that she was ready to quit her business before the show started, because she has no more funding to keep her fashion line going. She needs to win to save her business. That is so sad. Because we all know that Sweet P is not winning this competition, right? She just isn't.
Tim brings in the models for 30 minutes of fittings. Lea has a personal emergency situation and can't be there, so Sweet P justifiably kind of freaks out. As we see him fitting his model, Rami says that his piece isn't the "loudest," but he thinks it makes a strong statement. Christian says that Chris's design is very costume and over-the-top. He also thinks it closely resembles the dress that they made together, which he finds weird.
Jillian has finished most of the work on the coat for her look, and Christian is stunned, though he should probably just be minding his own business. She interviews that she is not a fast mover, and the most difficult part of the challenge will be total execution of the design. She still has a lot of work to do.
Lea never shows up for Sweet P. Tim enters and introduces Collier Strong. He's going to consult with the designers on their hair and makeup for the challenge. Collier says that this is an opportunity to think artistically outside of just their outfits. Everyone seems to take Collier's advice completely.
Later that day, Chris says that he is finished. Rami suggests that he take a nap and he says he was going to, but he didn't want to get up. But he eventually does get up and passes out in the back on some couch and starts snoring. This is not pretty, Chris. I would not offer this vantage point if I were you. Christian interviews that he can't believe Chris is taking a nap. Even though he finished early as well, he is using his time to refine his look.