If anyone has a soft spot for camouflage it’s Mark McNairy, who again played with the motif in a variety of ways, from classic to digitally enhanced. His signature embroidered rubber ducks, clowns and flowers were also there, this time on shorts and trousers. Sporty-yet-tailored pants featured sweatpant details at the cuffs, while athletic shorts from his collaboration with Adidas were tailored for a preppy twist.

Among the highlights: when former Neiman Marcus fashion director Nick Wooster turned runway model in a cobalt blazer paired with a button-down shirt and zebra-printed shorts. The look was quirky and fun.

If anyone has a soft spot for camouflage it’s Mark McNairy, who again played with the motif in a variety of ways, from classic to digitally enhanced. His signature embroidered rubber ducks, clowns and flowers were also there, this time on shorts and trousers. Sporty-yet-tailored pants featured sweatpant details at the cuffs, while athletic shorts from his collaboration with Adidas were tailored for a preppy twist.


Among the highlights: when former Neiman Marcus fashion director Nick Wooster turned runway model in a cobalt blazer paired with a button-down shirt and zebra-printed shorts. The look was quirky and fun.

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