The final four return home to assemble their collections for NY fashion week and Tim Gunn visits them at their homes.
The designers travel to Europe to seek for inspiration in Berlin, Barcelona, London and Paris.
May issue of Marie Claire magazine will incorporate an editorial with actress and guest judge Jordana Brewster. The remaining designers have to create editorial worthy looks on their own but they will be assisted by eliminated designers for sewing work.moreless
The designers have to create outfits for the Australian all-male dance revue Thunder from Down Under. Actress Emmy Rossum is the guest judge.
The designers have to create a prom gown made out of duct tape. Designer Chris Benz is the guest judge.
The designers are working with a mature female clientele but have also to incorporate their own ideas to their looks.
Working in pairs the designers have to create one performance look and one red carpet look for country star Miranda Lambert.
In the Glade 2 in 1 Unconventional Challenge the designers have to create their looks from materials from a hardware store and from flowers from a flower store. As a twist the Dream Team, which is in the minority, is allowed to choose two members of the Keeping It Real team to join them and in returnthe Keeping It Real team chooses one member of Dream Team to walk over.moreless
The contestants have to design for a very picky customer, Heidi Klum, who will be choosing two winning dresses for the launch of her new fragrance Surprise. One of the dresses will be for TV and press campaign, the other will be worn at a PR-event.moreless
The designers have to create an outfit for the servers of the social Ping-Pong Club Spin.
The designers' worst fear begins with the season premiere of the "teams only" challenge edition and this episode the contestants draw inspiration from New York City.