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Mark McNairy New Amsterdam 2012 Spring/Summer Lookbook

New from always-popular footwear designer Mark McNairy comes a full preview of his 2012 spring/summer collection. Embodying a kind of schoolboy down-the-rabbit-hole aesthetic, the line features heavy use of whimsical prints such as zebra, leopard and florals reinterpreted on backpacks, shorts and other pieces. In addition to the requisite footwear, which is highly covetable as always, there’s also some casual suiting, button-down shirts, outerwear and printed knitwear included in the spring/summer collection. Being stuck in the niche of “footwear” can be a tough situation for designers to break out of, so McNairy is clearly trying his hardest to establish a name for himself as a full lifestyle brand. What do you think of McNairy’s latest line of garments and accessories?

Date: Aug 9, 2011  /  Views: 2010  /  Author: Douglas Brundage
Category: Style  /  Tags: Fashion, Mark mcnairy