Jerell's girl, Caitlin, also has blonde bangs. She went to school for print-making, so her job options are teacher or artist's assistant. Odd isn't it that "print maker" is not one of those options? It's a cruel world. Seriously, could someone fix a bank? Caitlin tells Jerell that she's not super girly. In fact, she likes her clothes to be androgynous, but "as a girl." Jerell acts like he knows what she's talking about (something in his eyes tells me he's just a little bit confused). He decides to make a high-waist pencil skirt, a blousy top, and a man-style cardigan. Ooh, cardigan could be nice. Love me some cardigans, especially 6 to 8 cardigans of the same design but in different colors. Thank you, Uniqlo. Jerell says his design is "flirty and sexy in its own little awkward way, like her...and me!" I'd find that endearing if it didn't sound like he wrote it on his hand before he sat down for the interview.
Holly tells Leanne that she's going to become a schoolteacher and needs to look older. Elementary school. That's probably not necessary, right? I had teachers right out of college when I was in grade school and I thought they were my mom's age and they were actually like 10 years younger. Holly tells Leanne that she's fine with both skirts and pants. Ellie, her mother, pipes in that a dress is easiest, because you don't have to worry about a top or a jacket. Leanne interviews that Holly is a little more easygoing than her mother. Ellie asks Leanne if she designs with a lot of animal prints. Leanne says nonchalantly, "No." You can totally hear her internal monologue though, which goes something like, "Don't scream. Don't scream. Just back out of the room, Leanne." Holly says that her mother would buy anything with an animal on it, ANYTHING.
Avital, Rayon's girl, tells him that she studied photography in school. She has super long hair with some crazy dark roots going on. Just to clear the air, I hate Avital's hair. Rayon says that Avital wants something that she can interview in and photograph in. And, to photograph, she needs to be able to roll around and carry a lot of equipment. Do you really have to photograph after or before an interview? Do you just not have a lot of room in your closet? Yaffa, her mother, says that Avital should be comfortable when she's bending down with the camera. Avital likes pants, which Rayon informs us is not Rayon's thing. But, since she's his client, he's going to have "to go down that pant road." Jesus. Yaffa says that Avital should wear something feminine, but Avital says "not too feminine."