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Toronto Fashion Week: The Best Moments From Day 2 At The Tents

03/25/2015 10:19 EDT | Updated 03/25/2015 10:59 EDT

Toronto Fashion Week is in full swing, and day 2 at the tents didn't disappoint.

Helder Diego opened World MasterCard Fashion Week on Tuesday, March 24, with a modern take on '60s looks. We especially loved the Twiggy-esque eye makeup the models sported.

Narces wowed the fashion set with her stunning red carpet-worthy dresses, giving us a sneak peek of the lead-up to the show by taking over our Instagram.

VAWK made its triumphant return to WMCFW, teaming up with Subway restaurants for a Subway Style collection, which was shown alongside designer Sunny Fong's Dot Du Jour presentation. The highlight? The "veggie-to-wear" dress inspired by lettuce and cucumbers.

Finally, David Dixon celebrated the 20th anniversary of his label with a collection inspierd by French military leader Joan of Arc that featured models sporting corsets, bustiers, and loose tousled braids.

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

Toronto Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015

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