Cynthia tells Joe that she thinks it's weird that he chose a suit. Laura takes off the jacket and reveals to the judges that she likes the look better without the jacket. Unfortunately, the look doesn't like her any better without the jacket. Michael says it looks like a 60 year old person's idea of what a person should wear to a job interview. He does this silly voice that's all 60 years old and boring. And, Kenley starts giggling on the runway. Now, I agree that Joe has created something really ugly and boring, but do you have to show so little respect for him? He's a reasonably nice guy. Doesn't that earn him NOT BEING LAUGHED AT during a runway judging where they're already tearing him apart? Man, Kenley's a dick. I seriously think she's so stupid and immature and boring. Nina hits the nail on the head when she tells Joe that his look is really cliché.
Korto says that she was trying to create something fun for Megan. Michael says the look is current. Megan loves what she's wearing. Cynthia likes the jacket a lot. Nina says that the look is very modern, yet professional
The judges seem kind of apathetic about Leanne's look. They ask her to take the jacket off, then they love the dress. But, they hate the jacket. Michael and Nina feel like she was trying to hide Holly's body. Cynthia says you don't need to be formal to be an authority figure to children.
Jerell describes his look and explains that the cardigan was a nod to the androgyny that Caitlin favors. Heidi says she would totally hire Caitlin as she's dressed. Caitlin says that she loved working with Jerell and that he made her feel pretty.
Cynthia thinks the jacket for Rayon's look is gratuitous. Michael would not have guessed that Avital is a photographer. Because she looks trashy and all. Rayon says he was thinking of a day-to-evening look. Cynthia says she should just change her clothes. That's funny. Nina thinks the print of the dress mixed with the shape of the jacket is a problem, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. She says that she won't say anymore.