Helen has a shape on the front of her garment that's shaped kind of like an untied bow tie. But it's also just a standard hourglass, so she has to explain it. Her explanation of how her dress might be too much like menswear is, "To me this looks...I guess, the shape, or maybe the colors or something?" That's not a lot of confidence. She doesn't think it looks feminine, and Tim removes one thing and now she likes it. But she's worried that she doesn't know what she's doing, and now she's lost. Exit Tim.<
Miranda walks away from her mannequin and sits with Sandro in the sewing room. Sandro says that she liked her dress before Tim talked to her, which I guess is true. She didn't seem to love it, but she liked it more than she does now. She interviews that she freaks out after getting any criticism. That seems like it could be a problem.
The models are here! Miranda doesn't have a shirt done yet, and there are only three hours to go. Alexander doesn't think the bow ties on Sandro's dress work, but they're the only part he doesn't like. Bradon continues to hand-sew his top and worries about whether he needs a jacket. Ken straight-up hates both of Sue's dresses. Dom has some kind of thing she's made out of bow ties that reminds everyone of a vagina. Sandro starts shouting about clams, which no one really enjoys.
With twenty minutes to go, Helen speculates that everyone is struggling, but she's self-aware enough to know that she's just hoping that's true because she's in trouble. And now we're done with the day! Bradon is also behind.
It's the day of the show! Everyone rushes into the workroom to do their finishing touches. And in the case of some of them, create entirely new pieces. Tim says there are two hours for hair and makeup and using accessory walls very thoughtfully. Do you have an accessory wall? Why not?
Helen doesn't like her dress at all, and she's not even happy about having immunity, because she figures she'll definitely get a talking-to. Bradon's top sort of fits, and he still has a jacket to make.
Dom wants her model's hair to look like a bow tie. Now that Timothy's not here, there's very little of interest in the hair-and-makeup segment, which is pretty much solid product placement.
Thirty minutes to go! Alexandria tells her model to be a little more bitchy, which the model understands perfectly. Sue's dress has a train of bow ties, by which I mean that it has a handful of bow ties sewn to the back, waiting to trip her model. Jeremy's grandmother is still dead. Dom's dress is cute as heck.