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Toronto Men's Fashion Week 2015: Highlights From Day 3 Of The Shows

08/23/2015 05:43 EDT | Updated 08/24/2015 06:59 EDT
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Friday marked the final day of Toronto Men's Fashion Week (TOM*FW) spring/summer 2016, and boy did the season end off with a bang.

Keniya-X kicked things off with their streetwear cool collection filled with earthy and tribal vibes, while Finezza brought some of the most dapper duds we've seen so far to the TOM*FW runway. Just Ta by Alan Ta's opened with a dreamy scene: a gothic bride with angel wings projected behind her, who was followed by men in rose flower crowns (and yes, it worked).

Next, TOM*FW fave and new Air Canada uniform designer, Christopher Bates, drew in a huge crowd and wow-ed with his expertly tailored suits (we especially loved the lavendar hues). And finally, the night closed off with the five designers competing for the Emerging Menswear Designer Award (EMDA): Ante Meridiem, Nowhere, 3.Paradis, Common Ground and Thomas Henry Made, with 3.Paradis scooping up the $10,000 grand prize.

Check out all the highlights from TOM*FW day three below!


This Mesh Sweater At Keniya-X

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Paul Mason And His Theatrical Army Of Models At Finezza

And The Finezza Family Giving The Beckhams A Run For Their Money

SO. CUTE.


Male Flowers Crowns At Just Ta Designs


And This Magical Moment:

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Edward Cullen On The Christopher Bates Runway

Just kidding...but one hell of a look-alike!


And Paul Mason's Badass Purple Christopher Bates Suit


This Guy Casually Taking A Sip Of His Drink On The Thomas Henry Runway

Cheers to that!


This Fashion Angel At Ante Meridiem

And 3.Paradis Winning The Emerging Menswear Designer Award

Well-deserved.

Until next season!

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