Canadian rising star Eugenie Bouchard was among those in attendace at the Rogers Cup's All-Access Hour.
As was Canadian No.1 Aleksandra Wozniak, a former World No.21 on the brink of breaking the Top 50 again.
The 18-year-old Eugenie Bouchard was also among those taking the runway at the Rogers Cup player party.
Galina Voskoboeva was a breakthrough star at last year's Rogers Cup, making the quarters as a qualifier.
Also among those taking the runway was Marie-Eve Pelletier, one of Canada's most seasoned veterans.
Aleksandra Wozniak reached the quarterfinals at the Rogers Cup – the first Canadian to make it that far at the tournament since 1992.
Caroline Wozniacki and Agnieszka Radwanska, long time friends and Top 10 players, at the player party.
Jelena Jankovic, a former No.1 and 2007 finalist at the Rogers Cup, stepped out at the player party too.
Fellow Serb and former No.1 Ana Ivanovic has done one better at the Rogers Cup - she won it in 2006.
Daniela Hantuchova, whose best result at the Rogers Cup was the semifinals back in 2002, at the party.
World No.10 Marion Bartoli is France's No.1 player by a long way - the next highest is down at No.47.
Sara Errani, one spot above Marion Bartoli at No.9 in the world, is the WTA's newest Top 10 player.
Former French Open champion Li Na is looking to rebound from early losses at Wimbledon and the Olympics.
Dominika Cibulkova also lost early at Wimbledon and the Olympics, but won the San Diego title in between.
The Rogers Cup is one of two WTA tournaments held in Canada every year - Quebec City is also a stop.