In the first-season finale, Emily promises a high-profile client a custom dress in just six weeks. The woman, a fashion editor at O Magazine, brings her boss, Gayle King, to the salon to give her opinion on the final product. Elsewhere, Sam runs a chaotic sample sale.
Kori has an opportunity to work directly with Amsale, who's feeling pressure to meet expectations for her next collection. Meanwhile, Sam tries to control the chaos when the salon is understaffed on a busy weekend. Adding to Sam's stress is a visit by a bride who's wearing a high-fashion gown for her extravagant wedding.
Lauren frets over her upcoming performance review, especially when Amsale drops in unexpectedly. Elsewhere, Linda tries to increase her sales after her husband loses his job. But her determination gets her into binds when one bride can't afford a dress she loves and another gets stuck in a too-small gown.
Kori wants more responsibility at the salon and asks Debbye to let her work with more brides. She gets more than she bargained for, however, when she has a fashion-editor client. Elsewhere, Debbye decides to try online dating with encouragement from Emily.
A sales competition with a cash award is held in the premiere of this reality series following the staff of an upscale bridal salon in Manhattan. While consultant Emily struggles with difficult brides, new transplant Lauren contends with homesickness.