Elimination is upon us, and this week's guest judge is Cynthia Rowley. They show a bunch of Cynthia Rowley's runway shots, which heavily feature metallics. Just saying. As usual, the winner will be employed, housed, and clothed.
Before Team 1 makes its presentation, Anne compliments the members' individual styles and makes a complimentary joke about Danielle's mustard-and ketchup-colored outfit. Their page is called "Live in Color." It's a vast improvement from The Three 'C's", but it's still hella crowded. Still, each team member speaks during the presentation, but they also credit William for most of the styling. Anne compliments the colors and the fashion credits but is baffled by the random smattering of grey items on a page about color. Joe Zee says the team is up on fashion trends. Cynthia gives them the vague, generic praise of a guest judge. With that to contrast against (ah-hem, Kate), I totally just fantasized about Janice Dickinson guest judging on this show. That would be sweet.
Team 3 presents their "Pretty 'N' Punk" page. Kate grimaces as Dyshaun gives the back story on how the mother-daughter pair inspired the layout, while Johanna does not ramble(!) as she explains that they picked stand-alone pieces that embodied both pretty and punk. It's a well put-together page with a catchy title and just the right number of items. Damn those bitches. Anne loves everything about the page, including the exquisitely dressed mother and daughter. More shots of Kate wiggling around like a kindergartener about to wet her pants. Joe Zee compliments the team for heading his first-day advice that "Fashion is about the mix." Cynthia blah, blah, blah, zzzzzzzzzzzzzz....
But wait! Before they go, Anne notices that there are no shopping credits. Johanna says they didn't feel right making up prices. Anne tells her that they would have had to use their brains (Megan!) and research their items for correct info. It's called research, guys. Making magazines isn't exclusively about picking pretty things and draping them on tables. Joe Zee sternly notes that fashion credits are critical. Anne adds that they're the only reason the magazine exists and says it's a shame because she wants everything on the page but has no idea where to buy it.