It’s always fashion week somewhere. Even Colombus, Ohio, now hosts the largest annual non-profit fashion show in the Midwest. However, right now it’s fashion week in New York City, where the Big Apple’s womenswear designers are showing their latest collections. The week previously was New York Fashion Week: Men’s, the city’s dedicated menswear week and the final leg of a transatlantic relay that rallied leading men’s designers, models, journalists, and buyers around London, Paris and Milan. This season, NYFW:M had references to the drug-fuelled hedonism of Berlin’s underground, courtesy of Raf Simons, and some serious philosophical dilemmas from Abasi Rosborough‘s first-ever runway show. Historically, the menswear shows for New York have felt a bit dry in comparison to the spectacle of Europe-based designers such as Gucci and Rick Owens, but maybe we’re on the precipice of change — New York’s menswear scene is finding its own rhythm. Read more at Highsnobiety.