Daniel and Miles work all night to save the collection.
Lady Westlake has a secret; Evie says she will wed Daniel.
The sisters strike back at Larry and Grace.
The Eliotts learn they have been defrauded.
The first line of the Aurora Clothing Co; Grace defends Larry.
Bea and Jack end their relationship; business with a pushy entrepreneur.
Bea and Jack fail to reconcile; the sisters join Cotter despite Evie's misgivings.
The Eliotts return from America and find a rival fashion house has a new collection.
Critical success leads to an American offer; Jack opens a movie studio with an army buddy.
Competition cuts into business; Evie's affair is a public scandal.
Beatrice and Jack separate; the General Strike of 1926 takes a toll on the firm.
Police close in on Saroyan; Evie spends a weekend with Alexander.
Lady Elizabeth becomes a client; her husband, Alexander, is attracted to Evie.
Florence tenders her resignation; Jack's film debuts at Montford Hall.
Beatrice and Evie design ballet costumes, leading to an emotional entanglement for Bea.
Evie conceals James' auto accident from Beatrice; Jack's mother inspires the new collection.
Florence makes trouble for Tilly at work; Tilly makes a decision.
Beatrice moves in with Jack; Evie makes a new life for herself in Paris.
Beatrice and Evie investigate an offer to work in Paris; Jack proposes to Beatrice.
Designer Yolande Hermane plans a simultaneous showing; the Eliotts move up their debut.
Beatrice and Evie reconcile; fashion writer Victor Stride assaults their reputation.
Beatrice wants to produce fashions with commercial appeal; Evie, fashions with artistic appeal; Evie decides to leave.
Success of the House of Eliott brings long hours, strain and conflict in the workroom.
Evie enjoys the courtship of two men; Beatrice encounters an old flame.
Beatrice and Evie gain their inheritance, refurbish their premises and unveil their creations.
The sisters seek financial backing to start a fashion house.
Out of work, Beatrice and Evangeline take private commissions for their fashion designs.
A visit from half brother Sebastian shocks the sisters.
Evie is apprentice to a dressmaker; Mrs. Pearce visits Beatrice and lays claim to Dr. Eliott's estate.
Beatrice goes to work for photographer Jack Maddox, and Evie meets Mrs. Pearce, their father's mistress.
Dr. Eliott dies of a heart attack, leaving daughters Beatrice and Evangeline nearly penniless in 1920s London.
The Eliotts return from America and find a rival fashion house has a new collection; the sisters experience business and personal problems.
Dr. Eliott dies of a heart attack leaving daughters Beatrice and Evangeline nearly penniless in 1920s London; Beatrice goes to work for photographer Jack Maddox, and Evangeline meets Mrs. Pearce, their father's mistress.
Beatrice and Evie reconcile; fashion writer Victor Stride assaults their reputation; designer Yolande Hermane plans a simultaneous showing; the Eliotts move up their debut.