Here's Jerell's look. Holy Christ this is so amazing and so completely, fundamentally incorrect. It's that pencil skirt over black tights that end at the ankle (which alone would make some women not look very good). A short, cap sleeved blouse tops the skirt. She's also wearing like four scarves and a big floppy, polka dotted hat. Brilliant. Wrong.
Here's Stella's outfit. It's kind of like the black version of Korto's design. The pants are very fitted though. The jacket is short-sleeved and zips. There are panels of silver and red leather at the waist and the shoulders. Stella says that this would represent America.
Keith's design is next and it's a long-waisted dress of white with a tiny bubble skirt of blue and white. The dress is sleeveless with a popped up collar and the model is wearing long red and blue scarves. I don't really like this. It's just sort of ugly to me. Keith likes it.
Here's Terri outfit. It's great. White slacks with red and blue racing stripes up the sides. A red white and blue fitted top and a blue pin-striped fitted blazer, with red buttons. It looks great. The lapel of the jacket is so incredibly sporty yet chic. I love it. Terri likes it and it looks like she won the fabric battle with Keith.
Jennifer's design is next. Boring. A short green and white striped dress with a cropped half-sleeved bolero on top. It's blue. It's so boring-- for anyone. She thinks it represents America. I don't know how she came to that conclusion.
Next is Blayne. His top is white and one-shouldered and is paired with white slacks. There are red and blue racing stripes on the top. Blayne says that it's a modern take on an Olympic look and I have to agree that it does have a sort of Grecian feel to it, though modernized.
Kenley's design is next. It's a high-waisted skirt of white and blue plaid coupled with a white satin blouse with a rounded collar. Not very Olympian. She thinks it's fashion forward and it represents her as a designer.
Afterwards, Rayon, Kelli, Leanne, Stella, Keith, Blayne, and Kenley are called forward. They're all safe. They leave the runway. The models return for the remaining designers. Terri is asked to explain her inspiration. She says that the Olympics have always been blazer heavy, so she wanted to work off of that. Putting a spin on it meant making it very American, which is what she felt that she did. Apolo loved the colors. Psst, she didn't really choose them, Apolo. Michael thinks it has a Lauren Hutton 1970's vibe. Nina likes the versatility of the outfit.