Now it's Daniel V.'s turn. The first look is really smooth. It's a skirt and a strapless bustier top. In keeping with the concept, they look like they were shaped from a man's suit. They're not changing the world, but it's cute. Daniel says that he wasn't completely satisfied by his collection. The next look is a black one-piece negligee. The model is wearing a collar and tie as well. There's some tuxedo fabric and tailoring on the negligee, which includes it in the concept. Andrae interviews that he could actually see their looks being worn as undergarments. Their final look is a bra and panties. The panties are little boy-cut shorts and the bra has pleating all along it -- sort of like a tuxedo shirt. This look is really hot. Everything fits the model really well.
Finally, it's Daniel Franco's collection. Geez, it's ancient. It has a Frederick's of Hollywood sort of look to it. The first one is sleeveless and low-cut. Lace over the bust. Satin sash. Layered short skirt. Yawn. Daniel interviews that he and his teammates were proud of their designs. He also comments that Kara and Chloe worked harder for him than he could imagine "a designer doing for another designer." The next one is kind of the same thing, but with large cutouts on the side of the bust. Kara laments that the silhouettes weren't better conceived. The last is, again, kind of the same thing. It's a dress, though, with tiny cutouts at the waist. All three of the designs were made with the exact same fabric in the exact same places. I thought I was watching an episode of Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters. They used to wear the same dress cut three different ways. Since Irlene couldn't sing but was pretty, she would always get the most revealing of the cuts. I realize I could have just used Destiny's Child as an example of this instead of making myself look like such a hick, but whatever. Chloe interviews that she is proud of the collection, even though it's not very original. At least, she says, it was sewn properly.