The contestants must tie together a look with the prominent detail being a bowtie from multi Emmy-nominated actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson's Tie The Knot organization who will also be judging their designs.

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Herself - Host
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Himself - Co-Host & Mentor
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Himself - Judge
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Herself - Judge
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Himself - Guest Judge
Kate Pankoke ...
Herself - Designer (as Kate)
Sandro Masmanidi ...
Himself - Designer (as Sandro)
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Herself - Designer (as Dom)
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Himself - Designer (as Ken)
Sue Waller ...
Herself - Designer (as Sue)
Bradon McDonald ...
Himself - Designer (as Bradon)
Kahindo Mateene ...
Herself - Designer (as Kahindo) (credit only)
Alexandria von Bromssen ...
Herself - Designer (as Alexandria)
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Himself - Designer (as Alexander)
Helen Castillo ...
Herself - Designer (as Helen)
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The contestants must tie together a look with the prominent detail being a bowtie from multi Emmy-nominated actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson's Tie The Knot organization who will also be judging their designs.

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Tie the Knot (#12.4)
3 August 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A great episode and I liked a lot about it, but no, no, no!!!! Not Sandro!!!!.

OK, let's start with the good stuff. I was happy to see Jesse Tyler Ferguson. Love him as an actor and also his cause. I guess I should congratulate, because now, two years after the episode aired the marriage equality in USA is finally achieved.

Bradon's outfit was a real winner. Loved also the sweet proposal, not just from him but also from his partner after.

I must say I didn't like the others in top 3....Boring. I actually loved Sandro's dress. And speaking of him, he didn't start the fight. It was the rest who went after him for asking a question which he asked politely. So he had all the good reasons to get mad at them. Helen just wanting to play victim even though she had immunity. Whatever. And Sue saying that he should not talk like her because she is a woman??? What the hell, which year are we in? I am a Russian-Ukrainian woman and I usually don't like our men because of this kind of old fashioned bs. So I am happy to see Sandro show that our guys can be great as well. He was also an amazing designer whom I will miss and he made this show fun. I am a bit worried about what will come after....But I am happy to see the designs on his website and his collection from Fashion week. Beautiful!

Although after checking out his facebook and his political views I am sure in real life I would hate him. But this is not important for enjoying the show.


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