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Coco Rocha Storms Makeshift Catwalk At Greta Constantine's 10th Anniversary Party

Werk, werk, werk, werk, werk.

She may be an international supermodel, but Coco Rocha always has time to support her native country and its homegrown talent.

The 27-year-old model returned to Toronto on Saturday evening to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Canadian fashion label, Greta Constantine and its two designers, Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong.

The "royal"-themed affair was held at Toronto's historic Casa Loma and featured a makeshift protest with models holding oversized "Vote Greta" and "I'm Pro-Constantine" signs, while donning garments from Greta Constantine's fall/winter 2016 collection.

Pickersgill and Wong joined in on the action, alongside Rocha, their longtime muse, who wore a Greta Constantine jumpsuit with dramatic ruffles along the arms and collar.

Coco then toasted the duo, giving a heartfelt speech for their 10-year mark.

Later on in the evening, the mother of Ioni James Conran took part in a dance-off, showing off her killer Vogue-ing and waacking skills. Her impressive dance moves, however, are no surprise, as she was scouted at an Irish dance competition by agent Charles Stuart in Vancouver, B.C., and famously showcased her skills on the Jean Paul Gaultier fall/winter 2007 runway.

Is there anything she can't do?

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