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Toronto Fashion Week: The Best Moments From Day 4 At The Tents

All The Highlights From Toronto Fashion Week, Day 4

We are hitting the home stretch!

Thursday March 26 marked day four of World MasterCard Fashion Week (a.k.a. Toronto Fashion Week), and it brought dancing, yoga and big-named stars to the tents at David Pecault Square.

Luxury sweatshirt line Kania put on a dance show with models doing pointe down the runway, while Hilary MacMillan's fall 2015 show featured a live performance by the band St. Royals as the soundtrack to her chic and sexy collection (we still have "Elastic Heart" stuck in our heads!).

Canadian activewear company Lole held its first-ever runway show, with models showing off their best downward dog in the nature-inspired collection.

Farley Chatto took us on a voyage to Russia, with his collection of opulent furs influenced by the lifestyle of Russia's last emperor, Czar Nicholas. Stacey McKenzie made a special runway appearance sporting an ultra-glam grey fur coat that she pulled off beautifully.

Soia & Kyo put on a solid show with Scandinavian-inspired outerwear collection in neutral tones -- we especially loved the floor-length coat with graphic print lining and a fur stole.

Finally, Rudsak closed the evening with a celeb-filled front row that included Raptors all-star Kyle Lowry, Canadian actress Elisha Cuthbert and model Winnie Harlow, checking out the fall/winter 2015 collection. And the runway was just as star-studded as the frow, with Juan Paolo Roldan and Paul Mason making an appearance (to cheers and applause).

To check out some of the highlights, just scroll through the gallery below!