We’re treated to an early look at the Woolrich Woolen Mills Spring/Summer 2015 collection, which takes inspiration from the Woolrich heritage archive while adding a tropical sensibility through bold prints and colors. They’re used in various design motifs — including toucans, Martinique leaves, heavy stripes and re-envisioned camouflage — suited for temperate climes, while iconic Woolrich pieces are reinterpreted in characteristic Mark McNairy fashion. His signature tailored streetwear style is seen in classic mountain parkas, pullover anoraks and fishing vests, as well as new pieces like dropped bottom shorts and pants. Additionally, his unstructured blazers in shirt-weight madras plaids are imbued with a casual sensibility for wear by day, while at the same time formal enough for evening wear. Assorted graphic tees and everyday basics round out the collection.