We see Kevin working with his client and he interviews that he is from New Jersey. So, he knows what high school life is like there. Apparently, everyone goes tanning a lot, which seems very represented by the group of girls we've got here (especially Christian's client). Then we see a picture of Kevin at his prom. I'm dying. He's so tan. And he's got a greasy, floppy '90s 'do and small hoop earrings in both ears. And he's stag. And his head is kind of cocked to the side. And I'm so in love with this picture. His smile is very warm and sweet, but I'm having this sneaking epiphany right now that, no matter how conservatively groomed and dressed we may be in our high school photos, only like 3% of us are going to make it through life with those photos not appearing totally fucking stupid and awkward and cheesy at some point. Kevin is not part of that 3%. It's so weird too, because I could bump into Prom Kevin on the street today, and though I wouldn't find him particularly stylish, I wouldn't really give his look a second thought. But knowing that's Kevin Christiano of KJeans and how he looks now, which I also don't find that particularly stylish (at least not good style), that high school picture just looks so impossibly dorky. But I love it! Kevin says that New Jersey kids also steal liquor from their parents. They sound like they're really bad there. He says that, regarding prom night, he hopes that the parents of the clients are watching, because he has plans to put a Chastity belt inside the dress of his client. Whatever Cher has to do with this, I don't know.
Rami is working with Bianca, the cute girl with the white glasses. She says that she prefers a dress that is fitted to something draped. He interviews that Bianca doesn't like traditional, which is good for him. She seems to be very cooperative.
Victorya asks her client, Jessica, why she chose her. She says that she was the last one to choose. And how amazing is that? Jessica tells her that she really liked Victorya's portfolio, but the damage is done and it's all gravy from here on.