They have 30 minutes to sketch in the workroom before Mood. Kayne of Many Colors says that he's thinking of all the people who are androgynous like Adam Lambert, Lady Gaga and David Bowie. I mean, eye make-up doesn't necessarily make someone androgynous, does it? I thought androgyny was more that the gender in the look was sort of melted away and there seemed like no sex was there, not like eyeliner with a tool belt or something. Also, are you just including Lady Gaga because she dressed up like a dude that time? That's not androgyny, for sure. That's drag. He decides to make a fitted houndstooth jacket that is sexy. OK, it doesn't sound so horrible, but the sketch he shows looks like a harlequin, so no to that. Laura Kathleen. The voice. I can't. It's the WORST. It's like she's too lazy to take a breath before she starts speaking. Diaphragms: they're not just for elite athletes. Look into its use, please, dear GOD. She says that she's going to make some sort of smoking jacket with really elaborate cut-outs. Casanova whispers to Ivy that he's going to make his look with all leather and there will be cut-outs. Ivy seems really excited and says that she loves it. Emilio says that he's going to make a woman's outfit with traditionally male fabrics, which he thinks will amp up the avant-garde aspect of the look.
At Mood, everyone seems fairly confident about their choices. Kayne of Many Colors purchases some fabric in yum-yum yellow, because he wants something that will pop. It will certainly do that. It will pop. Maybe pop my head off. Uli gets some stuff that resembles armor and she worries that, executed incorrectly, it could be the death of her look. There's a little compromising that happens at the cash register, then they are back to the workroom.
Emilio declares that a good suit can be worn by either a man or a woman. They're all working and Laura Kathleen tells Kayne of Many Colors that she's going to make some wacky pants and she wants to get as much as possible completed before the models come in for a fitting. Then, Georgina comes into the workroom. Guys! She can walk! Everyone is shocked to see her because they know that it can only mean one thing... they're doing something horrible to the designers. Indeed, she tells them that they are adding a twist to the competition and it involves their models. Models, come on down! The models enter and they are men. Don't mind if I do! Laura Kathleen says, "Thank God I left a massive amount of seam allowance," to a dude who doesn't know what the hell she's talking about except for maybe a vague sense that she's calling him fat. He vows to snowboard off that sushi he ate. Emilio says that he feels screwed right now. Georgina tells them all to calm down. They still have their other models. They'll need to make a new look that complements the first group, for the boys. They'll have an extra day to work and they'll get another shopping trip the next day. Right now, they have an opportunity to get measurements on their new models. They start and Kayne of Many Colors asks his model if he likes girls or boys. He says that he likes girls and Kayne says that's great because he has five sisters and two of them are single. He doesn't seem really on board with that arrangement and I don't blame him. Ivy is taking an inseam measurement and her guy says that now they're best friends. None of my friends know my inseam measurement. I'm hanging out with the wrong people. Emilio realizes that he doesn't really need to tweak his design to make it androgynous for the guy. Similarly, Anthony Ryan is just going to make another dress for his guy, which will serve the avant-garde needs of the challenge. Althea also likes the way her guy looks in her current design. I do think that maybe her model is the cutest of the bunch. That was something that I had to do. Hold the phone -- Kayne of Many Colors' model is the cutest. He looks kind of ridiculous wearing Kayne's houndstooth jacket, but he's real pretty.