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TORONTO FASHION WEEK SPRING 2014: 5 THINGS WE LIKED FROM DAY #4

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TORONTO FASHION WEEK SPRING 2014: 5 THINGS WE LIKED FROM DAY #4

GPM_6369 2 Top model Dauphine commanding the catwalk at Rudsak. Photography by George Pimentel.

Here's our round up of all the things (sequins! abs! doggies!) that caught our attention on Day #4 of World MasterCard Fashion Week... The Moroccan-inspired Print At Whitney Linen Real talk: it was unfashionably freezing yesterday in Toronto, but about 2 looks into Whitney Linen's collection, and I swear I felt a warm desert breeze (or was that the gorgeous male model walking by crisp white linen?) A stand out for me was the kaleidoscopic, yellow-and-blue print that was woven throughout the show, reminiscent of tiling in Tangiers. Now, who's up for lamb tagine?   -Sarah Laing, Writer Carbs To The Rescue! Le Chateau sent a food truck, that served fish tacos and poutine, to feed the starving editors outside the fashion week tents (#thankyou). I loved seeing top model (ELLE Canada's August cover girl) Dauphine open the Rudsak show in a mustard yellow leather jacket and python print short shorts. -Alannah O'Neill, associate editor Click through to see more things we loved from Day #4 of Toronto Fashion Week... Model Behaviour "You'll never be as cool as her" echoed in my mind the entire time I was chatting with Erin Wasson before her Target runway debut. As if her stunning looks weren't enviable enough, her cool disposition had me tapped. We spoke about trends (she doesn't follow them), her beauty regime (all homeopathic concoctions), and her personal style. She confessed her hatred for heels and prefers a worn-in pair of cowboy boots, even having them cobbler-ed to the perfect mid-calf height. Excuse me while I run out to grab a pair.   -Noah Lehava, web editor Feeling Festive So what if it isn't even Halloween yet? The fancy frocks at Narces had us mentally sending out holiday soiree invites, if only so we could have somewhere to wear that high necked, black-lace nod to Audrey - or maybe the perfectly-princessy nude tulle ball gown that closed the show. -Sarah Laing, writer Puppy Love! Talk about working the crowd. When Bullseye, the Target dog, came strutting his stuff down their very jolly runway, the collective awwwwww nearly blew down the tent. PS All I want for Christmas is you, you adorable little bull-terrier! -Sarah Laing, writer

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