Dream Team comes out. James, Cindy and Emily have the lowest scores. James says that he was going to color block the top, but he says that the team steered him away from his idea for the top. Nina says there is nothing wrong with the outfit, but it is not inspiring. Zac thinks that the ruching on the top is gnarled. Heidi says that they did like a couple of outfits from Dream Team, namely Tu and Benjamin. Heidi tells Emily that it looks like a kid made her outfit. Christian can see some hints of design, but nothing was finished. Zac can see it too, but he thinks that she needs to have her craft ready. Nina says that she has never seen such an unfinished garment on this show. Ouch. Cindy explains that she was going to make a short dress and slacks, but the team convinced her to make a long dress because everyone liked the pattern. Heidi, incredulous, asks for a show of hands for who liked the print. Samantha explains that a long dress made more sense. Not "sense" but "more sense." Heidi doesn't like the dress at all. She thinks that the mix of fabrics is all wrong. Nine doesn't think there is anything urban or NYC about this. Christian likes that it's a gown, but he doesn't find anything designer-quality about it. Zac says that he wants to see who Cindy is as a designer and she says that this dress is not her. Then, he just smiles and reminds her that this is the first challenge and that's what the challenge called for. OK, it has started. I'm just going to apologize from the beginning, but I'm having a whole relationship with Zac Posen right now. He's running hot and cold for me and it's fun with the safety of a TV screen between us. Nina reminds them that the low scores for this team overpowered the high scores. Zac says that one hole in a boat will sink the boat.
Episode Report CardJeff Long: A | 135 USERS: B
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