Tyson says: One of the best looks was when we put the boys in the suits. Those James Bond looks. They all looked good in the suits. Jonathan, Sandhurst, Branden. They all looked incredible when they put on the suits.
Nicole says: Sandhurst's picture is such an iconic photo. I'm just really surprised that something so great came out of that for anybody. The way he moved his body and the way he took a risk was great. He had so much energy and character and that's the most interesting thing when people are modeling.
Nicole says: I was really impressed with the way that Salome moved in front of the camera. Consistently she did amazing photos. She's a photographer's dream. She always surprised me. She shined in the photo shoots.
Nicole says: In the 60's shoot Mountaha and Salome were great. I loved the way they worked together. The way they interacted with each other. They really embraced the 1960s. I thought it was awesome watching them move. They understood what candid meant. That's really important. When photographers want you to be candid in front of the camera it's really hard. They were relaxed and really awesome
Nicole says: CJ's attitude. Number one. On her last chance when she did sports she was just horrible in the shoot and on the runway. The ultimate moment was when everyone was trying to help her and I was trying to stand up for her and gave her another chance. She just let everybody down.
Nicole says: Gabe was awful. It's what my parents call a mussumongu [sic], when you have a sour face on and look like you're throwing a tantrum. That's what I was thinking of when I was looking at him. It's a crazy made up word. He was so not memorable for me. The candy shoot was the worst.