Woolrich Woolen Mills
January 15, 2012 Milan
For Fall, that included contrast-pocket cargos, duffel coats in a seventies digital camouflage print pulled from the archives, and the newspaper-pocket shirt he introduced last season now arriving in an electric yellow quilted version. (Between these shirts and the leather newspaper holders Raf Simons showed at Jil Sander this week, it seems that designers are doing their part to bolster the struggling newsprint industry. Bully.) It's been a suit-heavy week in Milan, and McNairy, a veteran of preppy temple J.Press, is no stranger to tailoring, but that, too, was treated to an unusual spin. He showed a slightly rumpled version of what he called "the new three-piece": jacket, pants, and matching baseball cap.