Mark McNairy presented Woolrich Woolen Mills‘ Fall/Winter 2012 collection in Milan today, pulling much inspiration frmo the designer’s southern heritage. The collection features references to the Civil War and Sergio Leone’s classic 1966 western film The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly. McNairy digs deep into the Woolrich archives, reinventing a few patterns in new colorways with saturated blues and oranges or digital camos. New pieces to look for include contrast pocket cargo pants and workshirts, corduroy suiting, faux fur lined overcoats, LL Bean inspired plaid wool backpacks, and quilted nylon laptop cases. American-made to perfection, folks.