With only a softly lit backdrop announcing “The Eagle Has Landed” at New York’s Fashion Week, Mark McNairy presented his Fall/Winter 2013 Collection. Seeming to lack a single theme other than being his usual mish-mash of everything streetwear, McNairy’s collection draws from militaristic, Ivy League, and urban design influences equally, which means that the models strutted down the runway wearing everything from olive drab Army twill, button-down shirts with colorful patterns and polka dots, corduroy pants, camo cargo pants, and probably more clown faces than all the other shows combined. McNairy also showcased his deep bench of footwear and accessories, which included bow ties, knit caps, and even an eerie clown-faced balaclavas The verdict? It looks like the eagle in the case is McNairy himself, clawing out a space of his own in a fashion world eager for designers proud to buck convention. Click through the entire collection, all of which you can expect to see make a seamless and quick transition to the streets, after the jump.