SlamX just offered up this low-res preview of Mark McNairy’s premier collection at the helm of Woolrich Woolen Mills. With inspiration drawing from a bevy of places, McNairy’s vision for the label definitely seems a bit more grandiose than Daiki Suzuki’s, who ended his design tenure with this subdued collection. As much as I’ve always admired Suzuki’s reeled-in aesthetic, I can definitely appreciate where McNairy is taking the WWM, with numerous standouts in this collection such as the vest and hoodie featured above, as well as the duffel coats, trousers, and footwear, all of which are distinctive. My only query is this: rolled cuffs and no socks for fall/winter? Really? Click through for the rest.