The designers learn that there is another audition they must pass to be accepted on the show; giving the judges a glimpse of their spring collections.
The designers pay a visit to a local cinema where they have to create a fashionable look using unconventional materials found in the theater and on a movie set.
Designers must use "Marie Claire" magazines from 20 years ago as their inspiration to create looks they think will be relevant 20 years in the future.
The designers must re-purpose a selection of vintage men's suits to create looks for modern women.
The designers fashion a look for host Heidi Klum to wear at an awards show. Alpine skier Lindsey Vonn is the guest judge.
The designers must impress the judges by creating unconventional wedding dresses.
The designers must use a piece of Chopard jewelry as their inspiration; Tim surprises contestants with a trip to the Met.
The designers are challenged to create avant garde looks that must be able to withstand the elements.
The designers are tasked with creating age-appropriate looks for their young models based on the American Girl Historical Character line.
Each of the designers must find their muse on the streets of New York and convince a stranger to undergo a complete makeover.
The remaining designers must drive to search for their vintage and unique materials in flea markets, garage sales and storage facilities.
The competition heats up when a challenge determines which contestants will go to Fashion Week. Included: Eliminated designers return to the workroom.
Tim Gunn and the designers take a trip to Rome. The purpose of their trip is to gain inspiration and fabric shopping before heading home to work on their collections.
In the conclusion of the two-part Season 13 finale, the still-standing designers present their collections at New York Fashion Week, after which the winner is named. Guest judge: Emmy Rossum.
The clothiers reunite to discuss the dramas of season 13.