Josh's dress is missing the entire bust area. It almost looks like it's on purpose. Elie asks what is supposed to happen in that area and Joanna thanks him for being the one to ask. You realize what that means, don't you? It means that Josh's taste level has been so all over the place that Joanna didn't feel confident in assuming that the model's breasts would be covered. You really got to do some soul searching when you realize that you have driven people to that place. Or, on the other hand, it could be amazing for people to think you are crazy. It's probably easier to impress them that way. Elie asks Josh to consider how comfortable his client will be. Will she be comfortable wearing a fuchsia dress? Hey, also, guess what? In the 700 seasons of writing about this show, I've never spelled "fuchsia" correctly on the first pass. Elie thinks there is a lot going on and that the lace takes it to "another place." Anthony Ryan who has got something a little shitty to say about just about EVERYBODY these days, says that pink and lace remind him of the Playboy Mansion. He says that if Elie says the dress is too much, you should tone it down. Well, I guess that last part just makes sense.
Emilio explains that he wanted to make a color-blocked dress that was simple in the back. Joanna thinks that, while interesting, the color combination is hard for a lot of women to pull off. Elie agrees and says that simpler combinations of colors are better. Emilio takes from that that maybe he should make the whole dress like the back of his dress.
Joanna does an Uma/Oprah thing with Elie and Uli and it gets all of the laughs that you can imagine it would. Both Elie and Joanna are worried about how heavy the fabric appears at the waist of her current look. I think maybe she just needs to tailor it because the fabric is too thick for the sort of draping that she does. She explains that her fear is that her look is too simple. Elie points out that she started going wrong when she listened to her fear.