Ignoring the avant-garde mess that was Hood By Air's showcase, there was some real sharp, sensible style on offer at New York Fashion Week, thanks in part to Mark McNairy. The menswear guru gave the world a first glimpse at his New Amsterdam label's Spring/Summer 2014 collection, which is looking as dapper as ever.

McNasty, as he's affectionally known, has effortlessly incorporated streetwear, sportswear, preppy and military styles into one fetching collection. He even tapped rapper Pusha T and fellow menswear influencer Nick Wooster to help model his line on the runway; Push rocked cargo pants and a "Hey Hey My My, Camouflage Will Never Die" tee, while Nick sported a crisp blue blazer and zebra-print shorts.

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