Heidi sends the designers to the workroom to hear about the next challenge from Tim. Along the way, we see a shot of that same Elle cover with Mary-Kate Olsen. Don't they publish that magazine monthly? Why am I always seeing damn Mary-Kate Olsen? With all of the designers lined up in the workroom, Tim tells them that he can count all of them on one hand. It's nice to know that Tim hasn't lost any digits from any freak mentoring accidents. Jerell interviews that he no longer tries to guess what the challenges will be, because he's always wrong.
Tim says that they will be designing... for each other. [Thereby making that whole awkward model-picking thing unnecessary! - Zach] Korto interviews that she doesn't want to design for anyone -- she wants to design a dress for her model that represents her as a designer. Well, wouldn't that be novel? Tim has the button bag. He tells Rayon that he will be designing for Jerell. Jerell responds that he is a very difficult client. I'm guessing that he's being facetious. Rayon interviews that he's not very experienced at making menswear (looks like he's going to have to make some pants after all), but he's all "bring it on." He says he's going to win and he's going to get Tia back. I see that definitely happening. Kenley is designing for Leanne. Korto is designing for Rayon. We see him laughing and Korto shaking her head. She hates this challenge already. Jerell is designing for Kenley. That means that Leanne is designing for Korto.