Mark McNairy's Vision Of Spring 2015 Is Travi$ Scott, BeerHats, And Whatever

Always a NYFW highlight, Mark McNairy put together yet another chill but entertaining show for Spring/Summer 2015. The master of irreverent prep enlisted Travi$ Scott to walk in his show on Sunday (Sept. 7), modeling pieces from his latest collection. According to the designer himself, this range was inspired by American soldier on R&R during the Vietnam War.

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As has become custom, McNairy's daughter Daisy walked in the show (here she is above in the "Filthy McNasty" tee).

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And appeared in homage on other garments, as well. (Now accepting bets on how soon we'll be seeing this daisy-print crew neck on Pharrell.)

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There were cowboy hats constructed from actual boxes of Cheerwine and Heineken. McNairy told us he sourced them from BeerHats, which he saw in Salt Lake City and "flipped out."

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Also at the show? Six Woolrich Woolen Mills outfits that McNairy chose to show on women. Unisex dressing FTW, y'all.

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On top of his staple camouflage and oxford plaids, the designer experimented with a bit of tie-dye, splattering it on button-up shirts and the above short suit.

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All in all, the collection, show, and its soundtrack—an expertly disjointed hodgepodge of country, folk, and obscure crowd-pleasers like Liam Lynch's "United States of Whatever," which served as the finale—upheld that sense of relaxed humor and general IDGAF attitude that McNairy is so notorious for.

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