Stella can't work fabric stores either. She has a really hard time at Mood. Kenley says that she wants to incorporate the 40's and 50's aesthetic in her look. She wants to create a modern day calendar girl. Emily went straight for bright chiffon. Stella starts screaming for someone to help her. Terri finds a print that has every color from her photo. She asks for three yards then says, "Let's bounce."
Back at the workroom, everyone gets to work. Tim tells them that they will have until 1am to finish, and the winner will have immunity in the next challenge. After he leaves, we see Rayon put his nametag on his winning design. Then he kisses it. He says that he cannot rest after winning his first challenge. Then he points his goddamn fingers again and says, "Rayon is going to rock it!" This season is either some sort of performance art or someone is playing a joke on us. This douche can not be for real. He's going to make a shirt dress.
Kenley is excited about the print that she found. She thinks her design is colorful, fresh, unique, and chic. Joe interviews that Kenley's print is tacky. We pop into the middle of a weird moment with Terri and Leanne. Terri says that she thinks Leanne is a great designer...even if she didn't like what she did before. There was some truth-telling going on it that sewing room, it sounds like. Leanne says that she's just worried that she's going to be "too creative. Again." I love that. Leanne interviews that she chose a photo of the metal grid of a tree planter, because it is architectural and "organic." I don't know what she means by that. Maybe because it's near a tree? But, it's metal and man-made. Since she was in the bottom two during the previous challenge, she says that she wants to show the judges that she is "just an amazing designer.
Kenley looks up from her work to see Blayne staring at her. He growls, "I'm gonna eat you." She giggles it off, but interviews that Blayne is a total weirdo. Supports my whole performance art idea. Just saying. Keith says that he's creating his "own progressive idea on a fringe dress." What I see is a dress with lots of little bits of fabric sewn to it. He says that he comes from an abstract art background and his designs "are the best." Stella says that she thinks Keith's dress is a lot of work, but she doesn't know who would wear it.