After the success of their first collection, Beatrice and Evie receive an unexpected offer to work in Paris
While Evie is designing in Paris, Beatrice is determined to expand the House of Eliott. An offer of help from Jack's old flame has bitter-sweet consequences.
Florence is making life at work unbearable for Tilly, forcing her to make a decision that surprises Beatrice and Eve.
Preparations are underway for the forthcoming collection when Beatrice sees her mother-in-law's artwork. Profoundly influenced, she is determined to change the show's theme.
The Eliott sisters are commissioned to design the costumes for a ballet. The close involvement between Beatrice and David, the ballet's choreographer, creates a problem for Jack. Show more
With news about Ralph's secret financial dealings out in the open, could the Eliott's go out of business? Elizabeth confronts Alexander about his affair with Evie.
Beatrice has left Jack and she moves in with Evie. As the sisters struggle with their next collection, the General Strike prompts unrest in the workroom.
The opening of the London branch of Maison Gilles poses a serious threat. Continuing financial problems force staff to be laid off. Caragnac offers to buy the House of Eliott.
Despite Jack and Alexander's strenuous efforts, Bea and Evie conclude that they must sell the House of Eliott.
Bea and Evie pack up and head for America to promote their new collection.
When Tilly and Madge ignore Florence's instructions, the Eliotts are presented with a dramatic choice.
Gwendoline is introduced to the House of Eliott. Her confidential revelations are exploited by a betrayal from within the workroom.