This Is What Happens At New York Fashion Week's Biggest Queer Runway Show

    So many bowties, so little time.

    On the last night of New York Fashion Week, the Brooklyn Museum set the scene for VERGE — the largest queer fashion event of NYFW.

    As expected, the models that walked the runway were handsome...

    ... beautiful, dapper...

    ... and everything in between:

    It was a show where not all the models were six-foot-something:

    Where sometimes you had major shoe envy...

    ... and sometimes not:

    It was an event where you could get your makeup done in the presence of actual artwork...

    ... or get a little haiku to take home.

    A night to ask... wait, what the heck does this all mean?

    A night to snag a quick selfie behind stage...

    ... or more than one.

    A night to attend and be ~ feeling yourself ~ for dressing exactly how you want:

    A night to don your best bowtie:

    (Seriously, so many bowties)

    It was a night to ~swoon~:

    A night to snag a photo with model Elliott Sailors looking perfect in a tux:

    Or witness her looking perfect alongside model Harmony Boucher:

    A night to make a statement:

    But mostly, a night to oggle a bunch of gorgeous humans — on and off the runway.

    *Takes notes, heads out to go shopping*