Five Four Club and Mark McNairy launch collaboration collection
Men’s monthly subscription clothing company, Five Four Club and Mark McNairy have partnered on a designer collaboration that launched on July 9.
The capsule collection, entitled Camp McNairy, is comprised of 42 pieces, 33 of which will be inclusive with subscriptions. The remaining 9 pieces will be available for purchase à la carte if customers are fond of what they receive. The collection, though driven by customer feedback on colors, prints, patterns and silhouettes, stays true to McNairy’s quirky, military aesthetic.
Some standout styles from the collection include mismatched striped oxford shirts, lightweight bomber jackets featuring McNairy's lightning bolt logo, outerwear vests, soft t-shirts with subtle detailing—a white t-shirt has green dyed seams at the shoulder, side and sleeve openings—and a 'Veni Vidi Vici' t-shirt that is a recurring motto in McNairy's latest collections.
Five Four launched in 2002 as a contemporary men’s fashion brand and shifted gears 10 years later to launch a monthly membership service that delivers outfits to its members. Five Four Club membership costs $60 per month and each monthly delivery consists of three pieces.
In April, Five Four Club collaborated with Marvel Entertainment on an Avengers: Age of Ultron -themed collection in preparation for the movie’s release in April. Five Four Club co-founder and CEO, Andres Izquieta, announced in April that Mark McNairy would guest design the month of July and that the company is working on something with Steve McQueen for the fall.
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